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Easy Walking in Greece & Greek Islands

Access all the beauty of the Greek islands and joys of the mainland without a ton of effort on these easier hiking trips in Greece. Enjoy exploring whitewashed villages with incredible views, hiking along clifftops looking down over powder-white beaches and spending time immersing yourself in the rich culture and colourful history of glorious Greece.

Walking in kea island
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Athens & the Island of Kea
Duration: 8 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 1.015
Pelion walking
Pelion:Trek over the Peninsula
Duration: 8 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 590
Hiker in Samos
Samos island walking
Duration: 8 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 380
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Kythira island walking
Duration: 8 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price Price On request
Serifnos island
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Serifos and Sifnos island hopping walking tour
Duration: 10 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price Price On request
Zagori
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Zagori: Astrakas plateau and Vikos gorge
Duration: 6 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 470
Walking in Zagoria
Zagori: Vikos gorge walking
Duration: 7 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 500
Aegina Walking: short break on a Saronic Island
Duration: 4 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price from € 320
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The Naxos Strada Trek in 10 days
Duration: 10 days
Level:
style: Selfguided
Comfort
Price Price On request

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