Here you will find up-to-date news about our walks, work parties and other events.  Members are sent an email about every activity or event and our Facebook page is updated regularly.

2021 Calendar

The beautiful 2021 calendar produced by the Friends of the Kalderimi is now printed and available to buy.  

Please email us if you would like to obtain one.

Important message about emails


From time to time, individual members have mentioned that they at some point stopped receiving emails from us with information on walks etc. With the walking season now starting, we hope that the following information will allow anyone affected to find the cause of this problem and resolve it.

A) Depending on the email service provider, not all messages received will be sent to the INBOX. Most people are aware of the SPAM / JUNK box, in which missing messages are sometimes found.  However, it is also possible for them to end up in other categories, such as BULK, SOCIAL, UPDATES, FORUMS, PROMOTIONS etc. If you search in one of these, you may find your missing emails and be able to adjust the settings so that they are sent to your INBOX in future!!

B) Some members have found that they have accidentally clicked on the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of the email and for privacy and security reasons we are unable to re-subscribe anyone who has clicked on this link. If you think this may have happened in error, please click here to re-subscribe to the mailing list.

Work Parties & Forthcoming Events

During the current Coronavirus situation, no work parties or events are planned but will resume as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

Sunday 20 February - Circular walk from Kato Gatzea

This circular walk is approximately 8.5 kms long and 220m elevation.

We will meet at the port at Kato Gatzea, where there is parking, at 10:45 a.m. and the walk will start promptly at 11:00 a.m. 

We will leave Kato Gatzea on a short section of the South Pelion Way towards Ano Gatzea.  We will cross the road to Ano Gatzea and climb quite steeply on a local paved road to join the railway. The walk will then take us along the railway under the Aghia Triada Monastery and above Ano Gatzea for approximately 45 minutes. From the railway we will descend on a traditional kalderimi to a local cement road which leads through olive groves and behind the boat yard at Kato Gatzea back into the village. 

There are a number of places open in Kato Gatzea at the weekends that serve coffee and food.  Given the current restrictions on eating in tavernas, we will not be arranging a group meal.

If you would like to pay your subscription for 2022, you will be able to do so at the end of the walk, so please come prepared!  If possible, please send your details by email ( so that we can have your receipt and membership card written out ready for you to pay.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Telephone : 6907196052

This mobile telephone is switched on and available ONLY on organised walks or at some other events.  

Please keep a record of it on your mobile phone in case you need to contact someone during a walk or event.

If you need to make contact with any member of the committee at any other time, please email them direct (email addresses here)

or email and we will get back to you as soon as practicable.


If you take part in a Friends of the Kalderimi walk or event you do so entirely at your own risk and neither the Friends of the Kalderimi

nor the organisers or leaders of the walk or event are in any way responsible for the safety of those taking part.