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Near the beach of Aghios Ioannis, on the west side of the island, a waterfall unveils at the scenery. The torrent of Kaspaka, also known as “stream of Katsagitis”, creates an impressive landscape with the rushing waters plunging over a height of about 15 meters.

The area is called 'Hanging Waters', some time ago in the past there was a stone build windmill exploiting the momentum of these waters.

The falling waters have formed various flat surfaces at the area, with small ponds that accommodate frogs, crabs, turtles and eels. The best time to visit is suring spring, when the water is still plenty.

How to get there:

To get to the waterfall, follow the path that starts on the south side of the beach, and after a few paddocks, you will reach the waterfall.




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