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Travel Blogs from Skiathos
... watching out their window saying "you're right this side", it was slow going but we managed it unscathed!! Once again I'm glad we had this detour because I'm sure not many tourists have made their way down those roads much less driven them! We have found that the landscape on this side is not nearly as pretty as the mountain roads we were on yesterday.... we drove through Argalasti which we thought was a "real" town, no pretty mountain stone houses here, more practical and ...
... others just pulled up and parked wherever the fancy took them!! Hopefully Deb got some good shots of that little adventure! Once through Volos I had a mental picture of where I wanted to go however we had changed our minds about staying in a mountain village as we'd just spent 2 nights in Monodendri and then 2 in Kastraki so thought it might be nice to once again be at a nice little seaside village. We drove down through Kato Gatzea, which looked all closed for ...
... of Pouri. You should have in mind though that the road down the hill is extremely steep and winding all the way down. At some point we thought the brakes caught fire!
I was so scared with the smell of the brakes at that time that I wanted to get back to the main road before it gets dark so I did not enjoy that outing very much.
Now that I see my photos and remember the wild beauty ...
... short way is to come to the Old Bridge Café which is difficult to be missed. I climbed down the steps and walked a few metres down the coomb and came to the bridge.
I feel it is no need to comment about the beauty of the area since you can see much of it through my photos. So be my guest…….
Oh yes, the old stone arched bridge was built in 1987 by the way.
... minute walk the maximum)
The small tavern/coffee shop is like an oasis out here and the owners provide sunbeds, umbrellas and a shower with cold water to customers.
I found this small bay charming. The rocks form different caves where some years back there lived the Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus).
**Tip for hikers:
Starting point the square of the village of Milies. Walk initially on ...