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Go down to the Imbros Gorgeon Crete, Greece

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Go down to the Imbros Gorge and reach rn its center, where two rocks almost touch each other and take a spectacular picture.
How to go down to the Imbros Gorge on Crete
The Imbros Gorge is situated on the south of Crete. Despite a tough road it is a must for travelers to admire the breathtaking nature around otherwise it is not a tick mark in your travel list.

How to do?

1. The easiest way to reach the Imbros Gorge is to take a car. Head to Imbros village if you want to come down along the gorge; in case you want come up along it - go to Komitades village. If you don't have a car then join an excursion tour.
2. To go through the gorge you need energy and 3 hours.
3. In the middle of your way you can see two rocks meeting each other. The distance between them is not more than 2 meters. Stand between them and you'll see how amazing the Crete nature is.
4. In the end of your way you can have a meal in loal cafes.

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