Cape Krikelos is situated in Kefalos and is the southwesterly tip of the island. The terrain is rugged and the vegetation is for the most part the usual sparse Meditteranean shrubs although there are quite a few fir trees especially around Aghios Mammas. The views are absolutely stunning and well worth the trouble and Cape Krikelos in our view is one of the best vantage points on the island.
To get there you will have to get to Aghios Mammas from where you will then walk down to the end of the Cape. There are no specific paths other than the ones outlined by the few goats than roam in the area. As you face the Cape it is easier to start off on the right as by doing so you avoid a very rugged mountainous part that is quite demanding. Basically, from Aghios Mammas you have to go back along the road to where it veers to the right towards Cavo Paradiso and go from there, still going towards the right (not too close to the precipice) thereby circumventing the mountain. The going is generally tough, and the incline is quite a challenge. Beware of the cliffs because they can be tricky although there is usually ample room to get through.
The rocks in the area are weatherbeaten and have taken on all sorts of weird shapes that often tend to remind you of all sorts of creatures. You can have a look at a sample in this post: Rocks and rock formations in the Krikelos area.