Mount Ismaros Trail is a circular path starts from the central square of the village of Maroneia and leads to the remnants of the ancient acropolis of Maroneia (670m altitude Mount Ismaros), which is a few meters lower than the military observatory. It ends in Maroneia.
Following the marked trail you will reach Agios Ioannis church. If you go downhill out of the village you will follow the path to the church of the Agia Kuriaki and Mount Ismaros View Observatory at an altitude of 376 meters. Continue in the same direction, and after passing through an ancient carved wine press, you will reach the remnants of the ancient Acropolis of Maroneia. Soon you will end up in the bare chapel of Agios Athanasios, a few meters lower than the radar of the aviation, which marks the end of the ascent. The descent passes through the cave of Agios Spyridon and shortly after the ancient carved wine press, you will encounter some signs that have been placed and lead south to the small cave.
After visiting the cave, you will continue west and reach a dirt road, near the Helidonopetra theater. From there continue west and then northwest crossing the pine woodland. You will reach the southeast end of the village and after a while you will return to the square of Maroneia, which is the end of the route.