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Andros has an exceptional network of old cobblestone trails that run through the entire island. They connect villages, cross streams and ravines and lead to monasteries and chapels. Many of them pass through areas with an exceptional panoramic view and sites with lush vegetation and flowing water. Info The Municipality of Andros created a special brochure and a map of the hiking trails of the island in the summer of 2013. For further information, please call: +30 22823 60235  

Monastery of Papachrantou - Mesaria

This is a very beautiful route that will give you the chance to visit the famous Monastery of Panachrantou. You will enjoy an excellent view of Chora, the capital of Andros, and the nearby villages, as you walk on the slopes and cobblestone trails with the dry stone walls. The trails are signposted. Non-stop duration: 1 hour and 20 minutes Altitude range: 510m      
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Chora – Syneti - Dipotamata – Castle of Faneromeni - Kochylou – Ormos Korthiou

Follow the trail from Paraporti, near Chora. Head towards the neighboring beach of Lydi and then towards the village of Syneti and Dipotamata. Follow the stream and take a detour to the east just before you reach Kochylou. It will lead you to the castle of Faneromeni. The downhill cobblestone trail ends at Ormos Korthiou.   - There are many other trails on the island, which are just as beautiful and signposted, such as:   Aprovato - Strapouries [4 hours], Vourkoti - Chora [2 hours], Aidonia – Monastery of Tromarchiani [2 hours]. 

Mesaria – Lamyra – Mesathouri - Chora

This is an exceptional trail passing through many different landscapes. It is signposted and gives you the chance to explore some of the most beautiful villages of Andros.   Duration: 2 hours and 20 minutes Altitude range: 220m
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