Go as early as possible, go swimming in the water and go all the way up if you can to see more of the waterfall. And pdont go hiking on slippers!
If you visit Kalamata or Messinia generally, you have to visit Polilimnio as well. Be sure you wear the right shoes because the rock-climbing is slippery. Also have with you water and a towel not only to sweep after the swimming in the lake but also tο repel the insects. Don't forget your camera. Magnificent waterfall!!
worth a visit but go early in the morning and wear walking shoes, make sure you take water as there is no where to buy any and its hot and dusty。
Well worth the walk to the main falls, the water is the most unusual colour, almost mystical, the water is so cold it takes your breath away, but you feel so good after takings the plunge, the walk back up the hill is a killer, unless you are fit, but dont be put off, not to be missed
We visited on a rainy day and sat in a car for a good half an hour reading books. After the rain stopped, we went to the waterfalls.what a spot!make sure you wear proper shoes, the stones could be a bit slippy.Great for swimming and exploring, easy to find!
Whoever visit the beautiful pilos have to go to the wonderfalls of xaraugi !!its a place surrounded by nature。 You have to take with you a camera 。the only thing that you will absolutely need !!this place is magical and unfortunately the pictures cannot describe the beauty。
Be prepared to walk to see all the beauty, for about 20 minutes, through a medium difficulty path。 Small lakes, a waterfall and all kind of plants are around the area
as above - magical。 Go early to avoid the crowds。 Definitely swim。 Some of the climbing at the end too difficult for young children。
We visited on a late afternoon in October. The roundtrip walk (with a little scrambling en route to the last waterfall) took us an hour-and-a-bit, ending as darkness was falling. The season was too cool for a swim anyway, so we just enjoyed the greenery and the rushing water. We were completely alone in this little valley, until we met some lively young people as we were leaving. Well worth the stopover if you are on the Kalamata-Pylos road, from where it is well sign-posted.
Check with the locals first as we are not sure that we did it all. We found it very tricky to climb the rocks and the water was good but not as amazing as we had hoped for