From here you have a great view of the peculiarly shaped cape in the northwest of the island. The rest of the cliff is worth seeing.
The Cape itself is privately owned and is only by prior arrangement with the owners and probably for a fee (it seems there a kind of theme path to be created) to enter.
You can reach the cape via the village of Perouládes. In the north of the village a narrow road leads past the school up to the cape. Just before the viewpoint, the lane turns into a dirt road at a junction. Since there is no parking, it is recommended to park the car here and walk the rest of the way.
The path leads to the lookout point further down to the water and it is possible to make a small round on a path back through olive groves. Just take a look at the map, but remember that it can sometimes be prickly on paths and closed shoes are helpful.
December 4, 2016
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