Limnakaro Plateau

The tour starts off at the entrance of the Lasithi Plateau.


The tour starts off at the entrance of the Lasithi Plateau. The cycling begins smoothly giving us the chance to enjoy the plateau as we ride across it on flat asphalt and dirt roads. We continue cycling and ascend approximately 250m higher to reach Limnakaro. Limnakaro is a smaller plateau rich in wild flowers, walnut, pear, apple and chestnut trees. It lays below Spathi (Sword) the highest peak of the Lasithi region (2148m). Limnakaro also belongs to the European Walking Route E4, representing the Southern boundaries of this 10.000 km path. We enjoy this scenery before riding down effortlessly to Kaminaki a village found on the West Side of the Lasithi Plataeu and stop for coffea. The tour will continue and go west and reach the Minoan path to Kastamonitsa, 14 kil down hill to the village of Avdou which gives us our adrenaline rush.  Then a 20 min uphill ride that takes us to Mochos village for our lunch breik. the last down hill ride to Malia with panoramic views of the north coast will take us to our base.

Included in the price

  • A guide
  • Giant STANCE E+ 1 29
  • Vehicle transfers
  • Helmet
  • Snacks & Coffee


  • Lasithi Plateau
  • Limnakaro 
  • spathi(dikti) mountain
  • aposelemis dam 
  • avdou traditional village
  • mochos village


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This MTB Tour is available for booking after a special request. Please contact us to arrange a booking.

Can i bring my own bike?

You are welcome to join with your own bike ( A deduction of 20 euros from each tour will be made ). Vehicle support/transfer can be arranged for you and your bike when needed as well as storage and service / maintenance at our base.

Am I insured?

We highly recommend you have pre-arranged travel insurance covering for outdoor activities as you are required to undertake full responsibility concerning any unexpected accidents.

What happens if I can't keep up ?

We categorize our tours based on the level of difficulty and expertise required in order to avoid such situations. However, anyone can have off-day and not be able to keep up. In this case, a vehicle pick up from the nearest available spot will be made. View difficulty information

What should I bring along on a tour?

Anything appropriate for outdoor sports such as gloves, sunglasses, sun-protection cream, a camera, go-pro, a swimming suit.