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Panagia Pantanassa Chapel Avdou Village - Hersonissos
Greece

Situated in the pretty Lagada Valley, this is a good spot for horse-riding, hiking, walking and bird-watching. Its position on the way to Lasithi Plateau means that day trips from this village into the mountains are a natural choice. From there the more adventurous can try mountain climbing, caving and para-gliding.

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Uploaded: 03/06/2013
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