We did this in the mid day sun and its a bit hot.
Quite a trek over a rough path so advise good shoes although many did it in flip flops.
Worth the walk once your there but mind you head.
The little church inside is amazing, take a torch to get the full benefit .
I think I was a cave dweller in another life. I loved this cave as all the caves we visited on Crete, One cave isnot the same as another and this is a unique cave. The views from here over the valley and the hills below was staggering and the atmosphere inside was one of awe. Loved it and hope...
Well worth a visit, the few hundred metres you have to walk along a slightly uneven path are well worth the trip and it seems much shorter on the way back! Arriving at the cave mouth we were greeted by a couple of Brit ex-pats who are there most days, offering information, torch hire and selling hand crafted mementoes. Not...
One of the most interesting landmarks in Crete!
You may even find a real Orthodox church inside which operates once a year, just 1 week after the Orthodox Easter (St. Thomas).
The access there is rather easy, just 5-10 mins walk from the main road.
An intriguing part of history which I would recommend visiting if your in the vicinity. Very interesting and surprising. You will need comfortable walking shoes ie trainers as the path to the caves from the road is a bit uneven.
The walk up to the cave is quite steep best to wear trainers or walking shoes take water and a Torch. The cave is also a Tomb of the island people who were hiding from the German invasion. The cave has a passageway it's deep dark for those who are braver than me. Worth visiting