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From the southern entrance to the village of Prina, next to the bus stop, a downhill dirt road (1) begins which leads south-eastwards; we take this road and after approximately 500 m we reach a point where two streams join (2).
We pass onto the southern bank and follow the main dirt road, which meanders along a slope with olive groves.
Poor route marking and many forks make the distinction of the main dirt road (which we must constantly stick to) difficult; after approximately 2,5 km, the road leads us to a small saddle, just east of Prίna.
On the saddle the way divides (3); we take the left branch of the unsurfaced road, which skirts around a low mountain to the south and after 950 m leads us to a main road (4), a little before the eastern entrance to the settlement of Messeleri (5).
East of the village, next to the cemetery (6) begins a main dirt road which goes eastwards.
We ignore any side roads of this uphill road, which initially passes through cultivated land and then through a small pine-forested valley; deep inside this valley, in a rocky area, the Monastery of Panagia Vriomeni (7) can be seen. The total route from Messeleri to the monastery is 3,5 km long.
Next to it there is a drinking fountain; a cypress tree thicket completes the beautiful landscape of this deserted monastery.