Episkopi – Argiroupoli

Episkopi is a village 23kilometers west of Rethymno, it is a pretty traditional town of winding lanes and tiny houses overlooking the valley. The springs and waterfalls of Argyroupolis are a delightfully cool surprise to your trip

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Episkopi – Argiroupoli

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