Starting from the beach and following a path along the sea you reach in about 20 minutes the church of Ai-Giorgis. The route is comfortable even for those who are not used to walking, the path among the pines is refreshing and the view of the sea that pops on the rocks is impressive.
Another pleasant and relaxing route is the one that leads to the Watermill and the chapel of Panagia Tricherousa. The landscape is impressive and is characterized by reddish vertical rocks with many carved pits between them. Here in antiquity there was the Sanctuary of Asclepius and its statue.
Hiking lovers can continue their journey and following an uphill path between ferns and other aquatic plants to reach the source of water that supplies the village and enjoy its coolness. According to Pausanias, Atalanti was hunting there and when she was thirsty, she hit the rock with her spear and water came out.
The plateau of Babala rises above Kyparissi. It is very impressive with the upright rocks forming complexes reminiscent of "menir". The hike takes about two hours, the trail is uphill and requires shoes especially for walking.
A visit to Paleochora where the people of Kyparissia were slaughtered by Ibrahim, where they had taken refuge, compensates the visitor with the view of the village that he sees spread out under his feet.
For the highly trained hikers there are mountaineering trails that lead to interesting destinations such as Loutsi, Pilioura, Babala or Tragana, Kremasti, Leonidio etc.