Danger! – Beware of Goats in the Road

When traveling through the countryside of Peloponnese, Greece, be prepared to stop for herds of goats crossing the road. We’ve encountered goats near a toll booth on the National Road, on remote mountain roads, in narrow (really narrow) roads of villages, and country roads by the sea. We can’t seem to escape goat encounters when driving in Peloponnese. Though I must say, goat traffic is better than car traffic.

Read about our hair-raising encounter with goats in a tiny village on the island of Kythira here.

Goat near Monemvassia_edited
A herd of goats on a country road near Monemvasia.

 

Goats in the Road Peloponnese
A herd of goats on a mountain road between western and eastern Peloponnese.

 

Goat on the edge
This goat lives in the Village of Kriovrissi.

 

This post was inspired by the WordPress Photo Challenge: Danger.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. reocochran says:

    Oh, that one on the side of the cliff looks like a risky goat (but cute, too!) This was a fun post, Donna.

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    1. He’s a cutie. Goats are so playful and fun to watch!

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