This is one of the most famous paths in Kythera. The trail begins from the central square of Mylopotamos. During the trail visitors have the opportunity to see the Neraida waterfall and old stone bridges. The most impressive part of the trip is the restored watermill of Filipis. There the owner will be happy to guide everybody around the mill and explain how people used the water force to grind barley and wheat in the old times. The trip ends at Kalami beach.
Leaving Milopotamos past the junction that leads to the cave of Agia Sophia, after a beautiful ride with a view to the Ionian Sea, you will end up at the beach of Limnionas. Directly opposite the beach are the Panaghia islands, two small islets in front of Limnionas bay and just below the Monastery of Panaghia Mirtidiotissa, which they were named after! In Limnionas you can see the traditional houses used by fishermen for shelter.