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More Crete Walks in the Apokoronas


More Crete Walks in the Apokoronas

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    Available in PDF Format | More Crete Walks in the Apokoronas.pdf | English
    Geoff Needle(Author)
The Apokoronas region of North West Crete has some super beaches, quiet countryside, small villages and high hills overlooked by the White Mountains. This second book describes another 25 walks around many of those different parts of the Apokoronas region, and a little way beyond. There are more walks into the foothills of the White Mountains that are more challenging but reward with fabulous views of the countryside below and into the distance. One walk goes down the picturesque Imbros Gorge and another goes around the best parts of Argyroupolis (Ancient Lappa). Many of these varied walks would again suit to the casual tourist who wants to explore the quiet countryside of the area, whether along easy or more demanding routes, and also others who would like to get to know the hidden parts of the area a little better. The length of each walk, its terrain and approximate walking time are given before their detailed directions. These are accompanied with 80 black and white photographs.
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  • PDF | 144 pages
  • Geoff Needle(Author)
  • (30 Mar. 2011)
  • English
  • 7
  • Travel & Holiday
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  • By G Pickering on 8 August 2011

    I was thrilled to discover that Mr Needle had written a second book. I have done most of the walks in the first book and already started on those in the second one.In this book the walks take you to a secluded beach; down a gorge and to a hill top with magnificent views of the city of Chania as well as many other places inaccessible by car. This book covers a larger area than the first, taking walkers into the foothills of the White Mountains.Again the walks are clearly marked in kilometers and time taken. At the beginning of each walk Nr Needle describes the terrain so you can pick the ideal walk for your abilities. There is certainly something for everyone here. The book is clearly written and easy to follow.It is very refreshing to have a guide book that is not full of adverts, which, I feel get in the way of the information I am looking for. Well done Mr Needle.Mr Needle's other book is;Crete Walks in the Apokoronas

  • By WG on 4 August 2011

    This is Geoff's second book but it is just as good as the first. It is not essential to buy the first before this as there seems to be no end of fantastic walks in this part of Crete.I've been lucky enough to tag along on a couple of Geoff's weekly walks and know from 1st hand experience the amount of effort he puts into researching and trying out these walks before introducing them to his group of walkers. This is reflected in the meticulous attention to detail that is put into the books.Buy them, set off and enjoy!

  • By Guest on 24 January 2013

    Another 25 walks in the Apokoronas, different from, but just as good as those of the first book. This book has helped us explore the Apokoronas area, and every walk has its own highlights and charm. The range is huge - gorge walks, mountain plains, the foothills, beach & coast, and the orange groves. Something for everyone, and for all desires from a 90 min stroll to a full 8h hike into the White Mountains.

  • By Sue on 12 May 2011

    This second book in the series of Apokoronas Walks is excellant, just as good as the first book. It enables you to visit popular places as well as 'hidden' Crete, choosing walks that fit your walking abilities. No chance of getting lost as directions are very clear and easy to follow. Looking forward to the third in the series.

  • By Mike on 4 March 2013

    I bought this with the first Cretan Walks book but the walks in this edition are even less interesting and the lack of maps make following the directions difficult. I would not recommend this book

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