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Seven Springs, Rhodes

(2.7/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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  • To the tunnel is something spectacular. Cold water (high 30-40 cm maximum) and pretty fresh. Perfect on a hot day. Wonderful feeling make the tunnel around in the dark. The tunnel is about 400 meters.
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  • I wish we'd been warned there is a tunnel which goes underground and it's a a few inches deep in water. My partner and I were both wearing new trainers but if I'd have known I'd have taken flip flops ...  more »
  • 150 meters of walking in a dark tunnel in the waters. We went with our children ages 8 and 3. Although the water end of November chill. You have got to be the light of the Lantern, or phone. Will cut your feet on the ground stones. But you're not going to go to see the resources tunele.
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  • The "Seven Springs" are not that spectacular. When we were there, there were a few peacocks without their tail feathers, (the young peacocks were cute), a few ducks and goats and not all that much else. Admittedly, we didn't walk all the way down the trail. If you're into nature studies and walking, it's probably interesting to you, else you probably won't get much out of it. The iconic "Tunnel" is just a piece of old waterworks (one of several) that they let tourists walk through for the thrill of being in a dark, narrow tunnel. Bring your own flashlight and water shoes. Some people go through barefooted, but I wouldn't recommend it. If you step into some glass or something in there, you're up to 50 m deep in trouble.
  • Wish I'd known about the walk through the tunnel as it's a few inches deep in water so change of shoes or flip flops recommended. Very pretty we saw peacocks and a wild turtle. Free to get in so well worth a visit, beautiful place.
  • Lovely place full of nature with the great views and animals. Looks like good place for hiking. If you come here you must go through the tunnel and visit waterfall. I've beaten my claustrophobic! 😄
  • Beautiful scenery and the walk through the water tunnel was fun. See if you can see the turtle. I named him Harry.
  • Nice little shaded area. You must do the walk through the water tunnel to the lake. It's about 300 metres. Walking in the water though so flip flops or take your shoes off