If you follow the trail from Kourounochori towards the spring of Fleri, you will come across the traditional settlement of Myli. This relatively unknown village remains pristine and unspoilt as if time stood still.
It comprises three small neighbourhoods which are connected by a stream, springs, waterfalls and old watermills. The road is lined with orchards, plane trees and olive trees. The oldest of the three neighbourhoods, Kato (Lower) Myli, has low, two-roomed houses with courtyards but most are now abandoned. Messi (Middle) Myli features just five or six double-storey houses built in the 1930’s and a whitewashed alleyway. In Pano (Upper) Myli, where most of the few remaining inhabitants live, efforts are being made to restore several houses.
Take a delightful walk through the village past ancient trees and canels running with crystal clear water. Following the water down a magical path you’ll come across a traditional cafe where you can order delicious local food and sit under the trees looking over a stunning valley.
This beautifully kept secret village will have you falling in love with it.
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