Imbros Gorge is certainly worth a visit since it is one of the most beautiful and famous Cretan Gorges. Its landscape will enchant you!
It is near Sfakia south of Chania. The gorge starts from a small plateau just below the village of Imbros and ends at the village Komitades, offering wonderful views of the Libyan Sea. It is approximately 7 km.[4.3 miles] long and can easily be crossed any time of the year. The walk is not particularly strenuous and can be completed in 2-3 hours.
It is a gorge with a rocky formation, narrow at some points and has a large variety of wild vegetation and trees which literally grow through the stones and rocks! The most beautiful part of the gorge is about half way through the route where the rocks are very close to each other and the gorge narrows to about 2 meters [6.5ft.] in width.
When your hike is through, the bus will be waiting at the exit in the village of Komitades. Our next stop is Anopoli.