Halki hosts numerous caves ideal for exploring. One of the most beautiful caves is the cave of Kelia. It is an impressive cave with religious paintings carved on the rocks. Another interesting cave is the cave of Kamenos Spilios. The historical cave served as a shelter of the inhabitants, who died after the Venetian admiral Francescl Morosini blocked the entrance of the cave and set fire. The caves are accessible through short excursion boats from the harbour of Niborio.
Halki hosts numerous paths ideal for lovers of hiking. One of the most beautiful routes is the one that starts from the village of Niborio, passes by the chapel of Agioi Anargyroi, the ancient vaulted tomb at the location of Spilios tou Arapi, the oil press of Horio and the well of Pano Vryti. The trail then continues through the old cemetery of Halki and enters the location with the traditional stone huts known as Kifes. Right after the valley, one will find an interesting path that leads to the cave of Kamenos Spilios just before the direction to the monastery of Agios Ioannis. The historical cave served as a shelter of the inhabitants, who died after the Venetian admiral Francesco Morosini blocked the entrance of the cave and set fire. After the cave, one can follow the two routes that lead to Lefkos and Pyrgos. It is also worth following the route that starts from the monastery of Palarniotis and leds uphill to Ai Giorgis. The path passes through traces of medieval churches, ruined windmills and stonewalls. It finally ends up hanging over the sea until it reaches a beautiful landscape with perennial trees.
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