There is no problem with the path now - I went over from San Steph to Arillas a few times in June (and on to Afionas and Agios Georgious). There is also a new cafe opened at the top which I think is really great for anyone wanting a rest.
Message posted by TOP CHEF on 16 July 2009 at 9:16am - IP Logged
That's correct, turn left up the hill, just after the Juice Corner. You could turn right from your hotel and follow the road to Arillas, follow the signs. Then in Arillas turn righ ,walk along the Prom (as they call it in Morecambe) and you will continue on to the coast path (its steep), have a beer at the new Cafe/Taverna. Then onward and upward. If your still going, walk along to the very end (Theres a House For Sale) and follow the path down ,down, down. Brings you out quite near the church ish.
Hope that makes sense. I'm sorry I forget the names of all the Hotels and bars etc.
You probably know all this, if so I'm sorry to have bored you.
Take Care, Take Life its for real for NOW.
TOP CHEF woodie
Message posted by martin B on 16 July 2009 at 11:41pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by paulvilla on 17 July 2009
Quote: Originally posted by martin B on 16 July 2009
Is the cafe/taverna on the road to Arillas or the coast footpath
As I understand it, it's on the footpath between SanStef and Arillas - NOT the driveable road.
I'm back in early August so I'll check it out.
Hi Paul & Martin B,
Just to confirm the Café called ‘Gravia’ is on the footpath, BUT can be accessed from a small road that ends at the Cafe. I think the road starts on the right hand just afer the S bend on the road to Arillas from San Stefanos. You can also find the Cafe using the headland footpath coming from San Stefanos and before you take the right hand path downhill to Arillas. As Gill states the Cafe is on the left. It owned by Costas who used to work in the Nafskia a few years back.
You can also access the footpath from the small but steep road immediately after the Nafsika.
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