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Go if you have chance, the story behind it is also very interesting and upsetting at the same time, the caves itself and structure is amazing, worth the visit especially if you go on the train from the hotel, as you visit other places as...More
Lovely location but the cave itself was a bit underwhelming. Perhaps a guide or some details/facts about what we were looking at might have helped. However visiting this cave made us stumble upon Reptisland so a fab day after all !
It definitely deserves a visit. The cave is quite deep but easy in access with stairs. Very nicely lighted. Nice stalagmites & stalaktites and wonderful "curtains" in the ceiling. The people are co-operative, there is free packing and it is not far for the national...More
we had heard great things about this place, but we did not expect it to surpass them ! These caves are beautiful and jaw dropping. Cool retreat from the sun and the history that surrounds these caves are spin chilling. A definite must see.
This is a little (1 hall) cave with quite some stalactites and stalagmites. Fast to visit if you're in the area (ex. if you visit Reptisland - it will take 1 hour more in total). Comparing to touristic Dikteon cave this cave is not less...More
It took us only about half an hour to explore the whole cave since its fairly small. Nonetheless the structure is very impressive and of pretty well lit; just enough to see everything but not too mich so that the cave feeling of sorts is...More
If you like to see caves or just want some time away from the beach it could be interesting. Small cave with some historical backgrounds. At the entrance there is a little cafe and the information where you pay a fee of 4 euros each...More