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Travel Blogs from Skiathos Town
... Nera on the coast as we ate. With breakfast over we headed off back down towards the coast then turning left and heading on to Afissos. This is another pretty little fishing village but once again not a lot was open, we chose a place for morning tea but unfortunately I think the wrong one! I tend to dislike going to places that are crowded so chose a quieter cafe however obviously the reason it wasn't too busy is cos it has really bad coffee... the cappuccino was a nescafe ...
... the middle so we could settle in for four nights and be able to have longish day trips around rather than having to find accommodation each night. By the process of driving through and going "yeah this village looks nice, it has a few tavernas and hotels that look like they will be open and a village shop" we picked a hill village called Milies or Milee depending on whether you are trusting Greek maps or Greek road signs! When we arrived we went to a couple of ...
... 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 ...