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Point-to-point distances

The Sea-to-Sky route has been broken down into 15 smaller sections below to help you plan your journey. These  sections are designed to finish at convenient pick-up or drop-off points, or at villages or picnic areas where there is likely to be accommodation available nearby: either hotels, Airbnbs or camping.  E-mail us at if you would like the GPX track and the KML file sent to you.

Sections for 135km route

Section 1: Alaminos Beach to Agios Theodoros Village


Section 2: Agios Theodoros to Lefkara Dam


Section 3: Lefkara Dam to Kionia Picnic Area


Section 4: Kionia Picnic Area to Lazanias Village


Section 5: Lazanias Village to Fikardou Village


Section 6: Fikardou Village to Gourri Village


Section 7: Gourri Village to Palaichori Rd


Section 8: Palaichori Rd to Palaichori Village


Section 9: Palaichori Village to Agios Ioannis Village (including climb to Papoutsa Peak)


Section 10: Agios Ioannis Village to Agros Village


Section 11: Agros Village to Adventure Mountain Park 


Section 12: Adventure Mountain Park to Platania Picnic Area


Section 13: Platania Picnic Area to Troodos Rd


Section 14: Troodos Rd to Mount Olympus (Chionistra)


Section 15: Mount Olympus to Jubilee Hotel, Troodos Square


The 100 mile challenge

It is possible to extend the route by 25km to create a traditional trail challenge

of 100 miles (160km). The extra 25km follows coastal tracks from the Meneou beach area to Alaminos Beach, a beautiful seaside start to your journey.

Your adventure, your way - how we can help

We can help with planning your trip depending on your needs: the whole route, part of it, with friends, solo, running, hiking, hotel stays or camping - however you would like to do it. Free advice and provision of GPX and KML. Drop offs and pickups with luggage transfers are also possible by arrangement -- the cost will depend on numbers and the section being done. Contact us for information.

How to find your way

The Sea-to-Sky route has been marked out with blue dots and blue arrows with a white S for most of the way. On recognised public hiking trails no additional markings have been added once you have been turned onto the trail. For some sections, you will follow the yellow and black E4 trail markings, but beware, you will turn off the E4 again so make sure you know when to do so. We recommend following the GPX track to be sure, and studying the KML file which has route details including where to find water fountains, picnic sites and restaurants along the way.

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