For hiking, you can follow the 1.5 hour route leading to Tsagarada, passing by the wooden bridge at the edge of the beach of the old Damouchari and continuing on the cobbled path called "kagiolia", where previously they transported the muarakia products to nearby Tsagarada and Mouresi and the neighboring villages of Xourihti, Kissou, Anniou, Makrirahis and Zagora. As the route is steep it is good to plan your departure until 10:00 am with water, sunscreen and hat backpack, while returning can be done alternately with hitchhikes!
After swimming in the Aegean Sea, do not miss to sit in one of the seaside taverns located just above the dam of Damouchari. Enjoy local tsipouro, seafood, Greek coffee or aperitif, in the tranquility that lends the place that attracts visitors from all over the world and photograph against this beautiful natural environment! If you wish to learn the history of Damoucharis do not forget to visit Mrs. Fotini, who has been living in the last 80 years in Damouchari's "Avlaki". This small cove behind Damouhari's harbor offers crystal clear waters overlooking the beach of Papa the Water and Agios Ioannis, offering incredible moments of privacy and relaxation.
Mrs. Fotini, always hospitable and hospitable, will tell you stories about her father, Mrs. Konstantinos Iatridis, who used to colonize grain, oil, wine etc. in this old residence. During the German occupation they found shelter and hot food at "Pittashim "A lot of wandering men on boats. The 5 'route starts at Damouhari port, passing right from "German", while at the top of the hill you will go right onto the stone path
leading to the groove. Graphic, pure, authentic and crystal clear, Damouchari is a destination that you rarely encounter all over the earth and will magnetize you totally so that you can return with more friends. A must see!