Kissamos is full of short and long routes you can hike on during your stay. The area is also crossed by the European path E4. E4 is a European long-distance path operated by the European Ramblers Association (E.W.V.). The part of the path that runs within the Greek territory has been designed and signposted by the Hellenic Federation of Mountaineering and climbing. The path starts from the Pyrenees, it crosses the entire mountain range of the Alpes and it arrives at Florina where the Greek part of it starts. It crosses the whole of Greece down to Gythio and continues to Kissamos. From Kissamos starts the new part of E4 that goes down to Elafonisos and crosses all of Crete, ending near Sitia.


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The E4 European long-distance path is international; starts at the Pyrenees, crosses the Alps and the whole of Greece, continues on Crete and concludes on Cyprus. It has been signposted by the European Union of Mountaineering Associations and crosses Crete, east to west, connecting Kissamos with Zakros. Trekkers get the chance to explore the extensive diversity of the area, along…


K2 path starts at Kissamos and crosses Kaloudiana, Drapanias, Koleni, Faleliana, Rokka, Kera, Pervolakia, Sfakopigadi, Malathyro and Sasalo. Stand-out places worth seeing is the archaeological site of Mithymna, the Venetian villa of Trevisan at Drapanias, the remains of the Agios Georgios church, which is built over the ruins of the temple of Goddess Artemis in Faleliana, the Rokka gorge and its ancient city, the waterfalls in Kera, the traditional settlement in Sfakopigadi, the memorial for the 60 victims executed by the Nazis at Malathyro and the Byzantine era church of Agia Irini in the Halase gorge.


It starts either at Kissamos or Platanos towards Zachariana, where the church of Profitis Ilias lies. From there, when the weather is good, the panoramic views that pan from Sfinari until Souda Cape and from the Gramvousa islets until Antikythira, Kythira and as far as Mount Taygetos in the Peloponnese, are simply stunning. The path continues into the village of…


K4 PATH This path is actually a cruise. The boat sails from Kissamos, with a backdrop of the old shipyards (Tarsanas) located on the eastern side of Gramvousa Peninsula and is visible from sea. It continues onto Balos lagoon — a natural setting of exceptional beauty and a protected aquatic habitat — and small cape of Tigani. It concludes at the Venetian fort and the nearby shipwreck lying on the beach.


Starting at the village of Topolia, with a host of sights such as the Tzaniana traditional settlement, Nisi, the Cave of Agia Sofia in the Topolia Gorge and the Byzantine churches of Agios Georgios and Agia Triada along the way. It stretches out towards the villages of Katsomatado and Mouri, where the Byzantine churches of Agios Nikolaos and Agios Antonios…


Trekkers interested in this path start at Kissamos, cross Polyrrhenia, one of Western Crete’s mightiest and most significant cities in antiquity, then Kalathenes with such sights as the Venetian villa of ‘Rotonda’ and an old pottery workshop. Further onto Kastanodasos where they come across a small waterfall and an old settlement, to conclude this path by crossing the Sirikario Gorge, of rich flora and fauna, which hosts two olden watermills.


Starts at Kissamos and crosses the villages of Agios Georgios, Piperiana, Falasarna (an eminent archaeological site and area of rare fauna) and Platanos, to conclude back at Kissamos.


The unique eco-friendly village of Milia is the start and runs along a trail towards Vlatos with its forestal park and church of Agia Triada, onto Rogdia and Limni with its traditional settlement, to conclude at the villages of Aerinos and Kampos.


A short but beautiful path, from the village of Perivolia towards Agios Dikeos.