There are many tracks in the Amfilissos Area, connecting the villages and their material, cultural and spiritual resources: springs and watering places, groves, orchards and fields, churches and monasteries, watermills and ports.
These tracks were made for mules transporting goods and are often carefully paved, particularly in hilly terrain. As mule transport gave way to carts and then motorized vehicles, some of the tracks were upgraded to roads, others became little used, but the heritage track network is still largely intact. It still functions to connect the villages in the area with the variety of resources that have been important for their survival and prosperity over the centuries. The tracks are a vital aspect of the flow grid, and should not be blocked or eradicated as a result of future developments.
Track marking the old route between Koumeika and Neochori crossing an ancient bridge.