After parking your car in the village of Mylopotamos, you will get the path that for years led to the, now wrecked, watermills.
Along it, you will see several stone ruins of water mills that used to operate in the canyon and gave their name to the region Mylopotamos (mill-river).
As you proceed, you will begin to hear the sound of the waterfalls below, while you will be welcomed by the countless colorful ‘liveloules’-dragonflies, which are the main residents this fairy land.
At the first waterfall, the water emerges from 20 meters high, forming a pond where you can cool off and enjoy the lush landscape. Just below, the magical scenery is complemented by another waterfall that forms another pond. A huge plane tree provides shade.
The waters of the two ponds are crystal clear and tempting, but the temperature is comparable to what you might find in Alaska.