*Till 15:00pm you will depart to Kyparissi. The distance from Karavostasi is 50klm, an hour by car. The road is smooth, except the last part where you will cross the turns of Parnona, but the view of the majestic mountains, steep cliffs and the deep blue of the sea below, will definitely compensate you.
* Kyparissi is divided into three settlements: Vrisi, the first you meet as you come down the winding road, the beach where you meet the café-bar and tavernas of the region and the Cathedral, the 3rd and last part of the village. It is a welcoming village of 350 inhabitants with a unique atmosphere and sense of being away from the world. You will stroll through the well-preserved streets which will lead you through the green forest to attractions such as Palaiochora (ancient city of Kyfanton) or in Kastraki in region Kastelli and the two caves of Thinni area and Cave of Bampola. Kyparissi has two beaches with colorful pebbles, crystal clear water and panoramic views of the village.
The beaches are not organized, you will find shade under the trees of the ‘Great Sand’ or under the rocks of Agia Kyriaki. There you can enjoy your coffee overlooking the blue sea or swim. * Around 18:00 Where the sun begins to fall, it's time for some action. You will visit the climbing park Cavo Mallia-Zompolo. It is a new park (4 years), but has a huge interest. Climbing see the Hydra, Spetses, Porto Heli if the atmosphere is clear, see the Cyclades islands like rocks in sea.
* Around 18:00pm when the sun begins to fall, it's time for some action. You can visit the climbing park Cavo Mallia-Zompolo. While climbing you will see the islands, Hydra, Spetses, Porto Heli and if the atmosphere is clear you can also see the Cyclades islands like rocks in sea. There are 15 routes and the various climbing fields numbering hundreds of trails that vary in difficulty. The rocks are limestone, each with many stalagmites, caves and heights. Already open routes are equipped with stainless steel bolts with plugs and moderate to high difficulty.
* Those who do not enjoy extreme sports, can visit the Folklore Museum Richia. You will need to consult with the responsible Mr. Panagiota pygmy (tel. 6973072475) to wait for you to show you around. Admission is free. You'll see mainly farming and handicraft tools, costumes, photographs from events in earlier times and printed material of the interwar period.