Lampes-Finiki-Tapia Walk

After three wet-weather cancellations, we finally managed the Lampes-Finiki-Tapia-Aghia Zoni walk yesterday…

We enjoyed pleasantly dry weather for the whole of the walk…

enabling an al fresco coffee break at the friendly Finiki kafeneon…

The wind, however, grew increasingly chilly around the ears….

which was fine….if you had a hat!


There was plenty of scope for flower spotting today….

and the views from our lunch-stop-hill-top-church were pretty good….

but it was a little breezy up there!

From here we took a series of tracks over to Tapia, above Methoni….

and paused a while outside the little church of Aghia Zoni….

before heading back to the cars….

Thanks to Pat for the walk….Mal for the photo….and John for the joke!

Saturday’s walk clocked around 13.7 kilometres – a very pleasant if a little breezy day.


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2 thoughts on “Lampes-Finiki-Tapia Walk”

  1. Joke Gill? I was not joking. But surely the biggest smile of the day was generated by Bruno’s expression for his opinion of visual art! Wind apart, over which I suppose I have reluctantly to grant that you have little control, it was a most enjoyable stroll; thank you.

  2. Great photos and a very exhilarating walk. Me-no-hat but after UK the wind was virtually tropical. Thanks Gill.

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