This gorge is the wildest and most difficult of access in Crete. You need an experienced guide in order to walk through it. At certain points, you absolutely need a climbing rope for safety reasons and around two days available in order to be ‘comfortably acquainted' with the gorge.
The last portion of the gorge and the coast are called Domata. The most beautiful and cleanest coast in Crete is situated there, with a sea of wonderful colours, covered by a very thin and shiny boil, and the pine trees of the gorge reaching out to the coast.
If there is no boat to transport you to Sougia or Agia Roumeli, you will go on eastwards with your hard walking for another 3 hours.