Even if the rest of Greece is hot during August, the dense oak trees shades of Vikos Aoos National Park, in the North Pindus Mountains, make hiking the Vikos gorge possible. We visited the area in mid-August.
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After an exciting one hour of walking / swimming, we reached this stone bridge. This is the point where you can walk upon the rocks and reach the top of the bridge. The view is breathtaking. From there you can go back to the river or you can follow the path on the right hand side (follow the red spots). It takes about 45 minutes to go back to where you firstly started walking in the river. We chose the second option. We were completely wet by the river and we really enjoyed walking in the dense green nature.
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Yoga is a way of life. An alternative way to exercise and meditate the same time. Those who have practiced yoga regularly, claim that it lowers stress, boosts confidence, strengthens your body, increases flexibility, helps you lose excess fat and weight, improves your posture and permanently relaxes the mind and body in the long term.
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1. Atsitsa in Skyros
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In this post, we are introducing two of the best points in Greece where in short time you can learn kitesurfing.
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BigBlue-SurfCenter is located at the Psalidi area in Kos island. Friendly and warm IKO certified instructors that speak the language of your preference teach beginners how to start and some new skills to those who already know how to kitesurf. The spot has got a beach with pebbles and sand.
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Kite in Athens offer various lesson packages for beginners with special prices for 2 or more persons, for students and prepaid packages. The instructors are extremely friendly and informative. The locations are in various destinations depending on the tour that you prefer, half day or day ones.