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From Lighthouse to Lighthouse

A cache by pasternak & GATOULIS Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/19/2008
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From Lighthouse to Lighthouse

This cache will bring you to the most southern point of Rhodes. The walk starts at the parking-place of the Lighthouse-Tavern at Prasonisi-Beach N 35° 53.450 E 27° 46.376 and leads you to the "real" lighthouse at N 35° 52.710 E 27° 45.065.
The cache is located on a small island, which only could be reached via an isthmus which means that there are some days during spring and fall when the way couldn´t be made because of the strong current of the sea. The short way across the tongue of land is therefore not without danger!
Attention: You should only walk the isthmus when the water isn´t higher than your ankles-level, never walk alone. When the waves are higher, the trespassing of the isthmus is extremly dangerous. There happened tragical deaths!
From the isthmus there are 2 km to the cape with it´s old lighthouse. On the way you will find an old monastery-ruin which also could be researched.
The cache is a small film-canister with log-book. Bring your own pen.
I hope you will enjoy this cache!
Good Luck, Team pasternak supported by GATOULIS

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