Phocis - Walking Tourism
Surrounded by great mountains with many caves and hiking paths crossing the area, Phocis is famous for its rich nature.
The nature of these areas is almost untouched and attracts visitors who choose to know the secrets and enjoy the tranquility it offers. Every step in nature is worth the attention of the visitor: the National Park of Parnassus, numerous beautiful places that one can visit to relax in nature, but also the countless paths for hikers, walkers and climbers excite everyone.
Visits in caves, in countless sources, small and larger rivers, forests of fir and cedar, are just some of the activities you can enjoy in nature.
The famous olive grove of Amfissa also stands out with trees dating hundreds of years ago and each one is a unique monument of nature, but also the gorge of Rekka in Gkiona, where anyone can enjoy nature in all its glory.
Mariolata – Bartospilia
The route from Mariolata to the cave of Bartospilia lasts about an hour, crossing beautiful locations and it’s relatively easy for the hikers. Read more
Kirra – Delphi
The route Kirra - Delphi marches on the ancient path that has connected the port of Kirra with the Oracle of Delphi. Read more
Eptalophos – Polydrosos
The route Eptalophos - Polydrosos connects the two villages of Parnassus. The hike takes about 3.5 hours in the nature. Read more
The Climbing to the Gorge of Rekkas
Climbing the Gorge of Rekkas lasts up to ten hours in a landscape of unique beauty in the largest canyon of Gkiona. Read more
Eptalophos – Delphi
The hiking route to Eptalophos - Delphi covers 18 km and connects the village of Parnassus with the ancient oracle. Read more
The route Delphi – Korukeion Antron is accessible for all and connects the ancient oracle with one of the most spectacular caves in Greece. Read more
Delphi – Top Cochran
The route Delphi - Top Cochran to Desfina offers an amazing view of the archaeological site of Delphi and it is quite accessible for the hikers. Read more
The route Charmaina - Castle in Amfissa leads from the district Tampakidwn to the Castle of Salonwn, while passing by the church of the Savior. Read more