A must . Beautiful caves, fab restaurants loved it, views from the cliff are spectacular , very happy we visited and will visit again
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A great piece of Mother Nature’s work of art. The hike down is a little tricky with little children but doable. The views on the cliffs and in the canyon are breathtaking. We took the “boardwalk” to get there.
We LOVED this place and are desperate to go back. We had a fantastic holiday as a family including me, my husband, our 9 month old son, and my parents sharing a villa. The staff were wonderful, it was clean, comfortable, well priced, and we...More
The moment you see and visit this restaurant come snack place, you are captured by the view. Limestone all around you, the sea in the not far distance, and the Miriam of little caves and holes. The food is OK, the service OK, but the...More
It doesn't get better than this place. Fantastic sea views, quiet but only a few minutes walk to bars, restaurants etc. Spotless clean & staff can't do enough to help. Their own restaurant & bar excellent. Would recommend to any one. John & Carol
We visited today for lunch .. not only are the views fantastic and the food of excellent standard and quality .. The service we experienced was out of this world !! A big shout out to Nelson and Zara .. they are a credit to...More
Amazing photo opportunities, perfect views, not suitable for buggies but we carried my daughter down and she loved it. The cafe gets busy down there as it's quite popular. We will be visiting again for some more beautiful photos and make the most of the...More
Great to walk the "broadwalk", head down the steps to explore the rocks and blowholes, before a beer at the bar nestled among the rocks. A must visit place.
My favourite place I have visited! The views were spectacular. We spent hours climbing over, around and through rocks. The formations were amazing, scary in places but absolutely amazing. The best part is it is free.. We climbed the cliff and watched all the boats...More