Polylimnio WaterfallsCurrently Closed
- Address: Charavgi 240 14, Greece, Kalamata
- Timings: 08:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +30-2722081118
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Waterfall, Family And Kids
Polylimnio Waterfalls - Review
Polylimnio waterfall is a spectacular site where numerous small and big waterfalls welcome you. A moderately difficult hike will lead you to this hidden gem. Many people find it hard to hike through the woods and rocky lands. But, it will be worth all the efforts once you reach the top waterfall. These cascading falls create pools at the bottom. Crystal clear water surrounded by lush greenery is perfect for taking a dip and rejuvenating yourself. If you are not interested in swimming, you can sit around the pool and admire the scenery for hours. It is a stunning beauty that you shouldn’t miss if you are in the neighbourhood.
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95% of people who visit Kalamata include Polylimnio Waterfalls in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
60.56% of people start their Polylimnio Waterfalls visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Polylimnio Waterfalls
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Polylimnio Waterfalls
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Polylimnio Waterfalls, Kalamata Reviews
Nice place with some beautiful waterfalls which however are small, not much else to see there.
Definitely must see! Go up to the top of waterfall it's amazing
A monument of nature . Not so well known fortunately and unfortunately . Try to get there early in the morning . Especially during summer the heat may be unbearable . Mind that there is a pretty steep trek to reach the place so wear trekking shoes and get a bottle of water with you .
Beautiful natural location with small waterfalls. The access is easy by car as well as the hiking path in general, except some spots which attention is needed( e.g. with ropes, stairs at the rocks e.t.c.). The visitor may swim in the cool and crystal waters of the small lakes. It is more popular and crowdy destination during the summer days.
Pretty hard to reach the place (including rough parts of the road), but the destination will make up for it. Lovely scenery in the middle of nowhere, with a number of waterfalls (the largest one at the top and smaller ones closer to the entrance) forming pools in which you can swim. Icy cold but clean water. As other already advised: Don't come with your sandals (walking on the rocks during the route will make your life hard) and bring supplies with you (coffee, water and snacks) as there is nothing around. In fact there is a tap at the beginning of the route, but I am not sure if the water is potable (comes through plastic pipes and was warm, so I wouldn't trust that). Plenty of parking space before the path is also convenient.
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