Kalymnos, a rock-climbing Mecca on a Greek island

Camping in an abandoned night club in Kalymnos[/caption]

Kalymnos est a la hauteur de sa reputation, un veritable paradis de la grimpe sportive. Dur de se remettre au devers sans entrainement, mais Sego fait des exploits! Les photos parlent d’elles-meme.

Vue de la Grande Grotta

Vue de la Grande Grotta

De stalagtite en stalagtite dans le devers de la Grande Grotta

De stalagtite en stalagtite dans le devers de la Grande Grotta

Sego dans la voie

Sego dans la voie

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Athens, then loop around the Peloponnese

After our farewells with our climbing-cycling friends, we joined in Athens Pauline and Julien, who came to Greece for two weeks. The idea was to visit Athens and a bit of Peloponnese (Southern Greece) together, meeting at strategic locations: their proression being faster as they had rented a car.

Athenes

We spent 2 full days in the city. Beside the …

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Cycling and climbing from Meteora to Athens

The site of Meteora, in the North of Greece, is incredible: monasteries have been built since 1300s on top of high and vertical rocky formations. These conglomerate towers have been formed by tectonic activity and water erosion over the sedimentary remains of a prehistoric sea that covered the place about 25 million years ago. Today, six of the monasteries

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Greece: Serres, mount Olympus and Elassona valley

After a short detour through Bulgaria (we put some pictures on the dedicated gallery), which allowed us to compile more data on our scientific study about the “most rocky roads of Europe“, we finally entered Greece !

A real smooth road !

Smooth !

Shortly after Serres, the curvy road follows a super lake. A flat day has a good effect on …

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[PIC] Greece

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