One of the best crags in Athens. An impressive, steep cliff with Kalymnos-quality tufas and stalactites in a location so quiet it feels like miles away from the big city. The distant view over the half-hidden southern suburbs of Athens, the Saronic Gulf and the island of Aegina is fantastic.
Follow the directions to Sesi above until you pass the chapel, the hunters’ building and the well and turn left after the well. Then, do not turn left again (as you would for Sesi) but continue up and towards the right for 1.2km until you come to a plateau. Park on the left, under some tall pine trees (37.918228, 23.793894 and 14km from the motorway turnoff). Follow the footpath going south into a ravine. There are occasional red marks. In about 10 minutes, after a steep descent, Vrachokipos will be visible on the left and Lelaki on the right. Walk to your chosen crag.
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