If you love to drive, you’ll love the road from Moni Agion Theodoron to Lefkes
Moni Agion Theodoron-Lefkes road is a short mountain drive situated in the central part of the Paros island, in Greece.
The road is mostly unpaved. It’s 9.1 km long linking the towns of Moni Agion Theodoron and Lefkes, a beautiful village which used to be the capital of Paros during the Middle Ages. The road has some narrow parts, impassable for 2 medium cars. The drive offers stunning coastal views.
The road is pretty steep, topping out at 593m (1,945ft) above the sea level. Due its steepness, some short sections are concrete. Most of the time, the road is accessible by passenger car and RV. A minor concrete road climbs up to the highest point of the island, the Mt. Agios Pantes.
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