Starting from the settlement of Neda, or Berekla as it was formerly called, the route descends gently on a dirt road. At a bend in the road, the mill of Panagia (Holy Mary), and the stone, ruined house of the miller emerge. A little further down, the dirt road passes through an arched stone bridge, which allows the passage over a tributary of the Neda.
A little further down, the place is ideal for a first stop on the clearing, where the churches of Agios Giorgis and Panagia (Holy Mary) are located. Continuing from there, the route continues on a dirt road parallel to the river Neda, but much higher than that. After a few hundred meters, the dirt road reaches the main road, where at this point the route passes through a bridge over Neda.
A little further down, a small detour leads to the watermill of Karanikas. The watermill was recently repaired and the place is designed so one can make a stop next to the running water. A little above the watermill, the route through a small detour leads to the idyllic landscape of the springs of Neda. A stop here is required. In summer the spring is accessible to fill in your flask and drink water.
In winter, however, the gushing waters literally drown the spring! The route from there continues to Petra, and ends at the settlement from the west, via a gentle dirt road. The stone houses and alleys of the village are worth a stop and a short tour by bike or on foot. From Petra, via the road, the route ends at the starting point.