Capes Kórakas and Almyrós
The peninsula of Détis, northwest of Náoussa, is a nature reserve, where there
are some enjoyable trails to the lighthouse on Cape Kórakas and to Cape Almyrós.
The trails are very clear, lined with stones and marked with countless numbers.
Many combinations are possible and there are many blue flowers in spring.
This quiet and pleasant walk deserves the appreciation **.
(0h00) The path  is very well marked and starts on the left side of the parking lot.
Everywhere you will discover these signs...
You arrive for a few moments above the sea, then the trail winds through spring flowers (11 May 2011) and arrives between rocks, where you veer left to cross a small bridge.
Path  towards Alonáki and Kórakas.
You winds upwards and pass next to a beautiful taffoni; after about 12 minutes,
you arrive near Alonáki, with a small theater that is virtually built around an
alóni or threshing floor (hence the name: alonáki =
small threshing floor).
View on the cape Kórakas with the lighthouse.
A little later, you take a left again - walk  continues to the right here –
this is the spot where you will come back later on.
The lighthouse on cape Kórakas.
(0h33) You retrace your steps and
after a little less than 6 minutes, you take the blue trail  on the left;
after another 4 minutes, you continue walking straight on the red walk .
At the top of the pass, you enjoy a nice view over the bay of Náoussa, and a
little later, you pass the red walk  on the left - it could lead you up to
the top of the Stern (altitude of 84 m).
The trails are very obvious...
After 8 minutes, you see in front of you the beautiful beach of Toúrkou, but a sign sends you straight ahead to Almyrós. A few minutes later, you take the left path and you continue to the extreme tip of cape Almyrós - a beautiful spot.
(1h07) You go back for a few minutes,
then you take a sharp left.
You will now surround the whole barren peninsula, pursuing just above the sea
and always with a beautiful view of Náoussa.
After 5-6 minutes, you pass a sign announcing that one can see to the right
where the Russian guns were placed, during the brief occupation by Russia of the
Cyclades, in the years 1770-1774
- it is no more than a short visit, but you only can see two stone circles ...
The way back to the beach of Toúrkou...
Soon, you see in front of you the beach of Toúrkou: you cross the beach - it is
very nice to have a swim here!
- and a path continues
on the other side.