On the wildest side of Santorini, at the point where sky touch the impressive island of Santorini, dominates the vertical mountain slope of Mesa Vouno. Via Ferrata is the activity that will elevate your adrenaline in the highest level, while is absolutely safe. During the activity, we have the opportunity to take a good taste of the whole island from above, hike at the vertical rocks, rappel down and end the activity at Perissa beach, where we can swim at the clear waters of Aegean Sea. The uniqueness of the place and the unmatched view, will fascinate us the most.
Have you ever imagine walking at the unique cobbled roads of Santorini Island, while you view the infinite blue of Aegean Sea? Have you ever imagine enjoying the sunset from special and unique places in Santorini Island? If your answer is yes, then the hiking in Santorini will absolutely satisfy you. Come with us to discover the unique beauty of Santorini Island, by hiking, one of the enjoyable activities. Feel the perfumes of nature and fill with unique pictures unmatched beauty.
North Greece, a crossroad of civilizations, is plenty of different and unique pictures. Majestic mountain masses, where many canyons have their start, big rivers, stone build villages, hidden at Pindos mountain, the imposing Olympus mountain, the infinite green Virgin (Partheno) Forest in Rodopi sierra, magnificent canyons in Samothrace. All are waiting to been explored. B.O.A. Base Outdoor Activities provides unique activities to discover all hidden beauty in North Greece, through her experts guides.
Special experiences for special people! Our team will guide you to Peloponnese’s most beautiful landscapes and destinations. We will visit areas that civilization didn’t touch them during years, as also areas which have 4.000 years of history. Activities like Canyoning, with gorges which sometimes are more than 70 meters, will give us the adrenaline and the experience we want to live, at least once in our life. Coasteering and Paragliding will give us unique pictures of incomparable beauty of Peloponnese. A combination of uniqueness will unfold in front of our eyes.
On the wildest side of Mount Parnitha, stands the impressive hill of Arma. The via ferrata in Arma starts upon the Monastery of Klisti in Fili, and then the path passes through some gap spots and this is quite exciting. But what really makes it special is the direct contact with the uniquenature of the imposing cliff.Overall, the via ferrata is approximately 13 kilometers and can be covered by a small group of people with some experience, in less than 5 hours.
Parnitha is located in the northern part of Attica, 36 km by car from Athens, and occupies an area of 300,000 acres, in which dozens of peaks, ravines, gorges and plateaus are included.It has joined the NATURA 2000 Network, it is an important area for birds and it has been declared a landscape of an exceptional natural beauty. The natural wealth of Parnitha is invaluable. It is worth considering the species of flora and fauna we will meet..
Hiking in the historic center of Athens, a hiking route different from any other. The route goes around the sacred rock of the Acropolis, Thissio, Dionysios Aeropagitis road, Apostolos Pavlos, Muses Hill (Philopappou), the columns of Zeus, the gate of Andrianos, Lysikrates, Agia Aikaterini, Tripods in Plaka, Lysos, Airs, Roman Forum, Monastiraki , Andrianos, and includes all the important monuments of antiquity and recent history of Athens.
Located south of Athens between Thoricus and Sounion, the mines in the Lavrion District are among the oldest known ones revealing one of the most significant surviving industrial activities of ancient Greece. The extensive mining and metallurgical operations of Laurion, which was famed in ancient times chiefly for its silver and lead, are of the earliest dating back to the Bronze Age period (3rd c. B.C.) or even earlier while reaching a peak production during the Classical period (especially in the 5th and 4th c. B.C.) strengthen thus, the political and economic role of Athens and its industry. The Laurion mines yielded quite rich ore deposits of iron and silver since more than 2000 shafts have been identified while its exploitation ceased in the 2nd c. A.