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Epta Piges, Kolimbia

2.7
#2 of 10 in Nature in Rhodes
Water Body · Nature / Park
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Walk through a tunnel leading to a dam and a small lake at Epta Piges. The seven small natural springs that serve as the namesake for this attraction bubble with fresh spring water and are marked by posts indicating their names. A nearby restaurant provides a place to relax and listen to the flowing water while you look for the oft-seen peacocks and watch the turtles and freshwater crabs swim freely. The paths around the springs may prove challenging for those with mobility issues, but accessible parking is readily available close to the site. Plan a Kolimbia trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • Free to enter, with a nice walk down to the lake, if you don’t fancy the tunnel. It’s long, stoney, dark and not good for people with claustrophobia, so to be able to see the waterfall another way is....  more
    Free to enter, with a nice walk down to the lake, if you don’t fancy the tunnel. It’s long, stoney, dark and not good for people with claustrophobia, so to be able to see the waterfall another way is....  more »
  • For a change something free to do. We went relatively early, so not many people yet. It’s a pretty place, and walking through the tunnel was a very fun experience. I read some previous comments that....  more
    For a change something free to do. We went relatively early, so not many people yet. It’s a pretty place, and walking through the tunnel was a very fun experience. I read some previous comments that....  more »
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  • My favourite place on Rhodes! A perfect combination of nature and history. The walk through the dark tunnel was such an exciting experience.
  • Absolutely fantastic! We visited with a six year old and he loved it too. The tunnel is exciting, its mostly a few inches deep, but the second half after the vent is deeper, I'd say about two feet but shallower again towards the end. The waterfall is very pretty and everyone took turns to take their pictures at the bottom. We got a well earned ice cream at the restaurant, lovely staff and the lady at the gift shop was really friendly too.

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