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Pull on your walking boots for this hike through the Samaria Gorge. Running for 18 kilometres, this spectacular ravine is the longest in Europe. So it’s a serious five- to six-hour trek that’s not for the unfit or faint-hearted. You’ll start by driving through the White Mountains to your starting point - the Xyloskalo staircase, which zigzags 700-foot down into the gorge. Once at the bottom, it’s a case of letting your legs do the work while you enjoy the scenery. You’ll pass tiny chapels, walk between the high ravine walls and m...