The Imbros Gorge runs almost parallel to the Samaria Gorge. With its 5 miles it is the second longest gorge on the island. Although not as well known, as the famous gorge of Samaria, it is a real natural beauty and represents an easier walk, that will take most hikers approximately 3 hours. You need comfortable strong shoes or trainers.
Afterwards our bus takes us to a beautiful beach, for a refreshing swim in the Libyan Sea or lunch at the local taverns.
This tour is also good for children!
Imbros Gorge is located in province Sfakia and is the third most visited gorge in Crete, following Samaria Gorge and Agia Irini by Sougia, all belonging to the E4 European hiking path. The scenery is beautiful and the low difficulty make the descent of Imbros ideal for families with children. The length of the gorge is 11 km and the course lasts 2-3 hours.