Mikri Varasova (pronounced mi-KREE va-RA-so-va) is one of the prettiest and best-equipped crags in Athens, located in a small mountain clearing. It is called ‘Little Varasova’ because of the occasionally sharp rock (especially on the wall climbs) which brings to mind the ‘flagship’ Greek crag of Varasova. A more recent crag to the left of Mikri Varasova called Epos Filis is also quite popular.
Walk another 50m on the dirt road and you will see the trail leading to the cliffs of Mikri Varasova.
Take the Attiki Odos motorway towards Elefsina. Turn off at Exit 6 (Filis Ave) and drive 5.2km in a northwest direction, until you come to the village of Fili. Continue up the main road of Fili. You will see a football field on your right-hand side. Immediately past the football field, turn right onto Thrasivoulou St. There is also a sign to a monastery (in Greek: Μονή Αγ. Κυπριανού & Ιουστίνης). Stay on Thrasivoulou St. for about 2.6km until you see a large water tank to your right. A dirt road begins there. Turn right onto the dirt road and park about 200m further, at a clearing shortly before the end of the road (38.12091, 23.662371).