Breathtaking, enormous cave with magnificent stalactites and stalagmites. The cave has a rather sad but interesting history. Entrance fee is very reasonable. The views from outside the cave are beautiful. Wear sensible footwear as there are lots of steps down into the cave. Well worth a visit. Just down the road near the village of Melidoni is Reptisland with an... 更多
Would recommend this for families but not really suitable for very young children or people with walking difficulties as there are quite a few stairs down and it is nearly dark. When you pay the entry fee you are handed a leaflet. It is advisable to read this before you enter as there are no signs inside with information. If... 更多
A short drive through Melidoni and set in nicely laid out grounds with parking, the caves are 4 Euros to enter. If you visit be sure to read the pamphlet you are given with your ticket as this will give you the history of the caves, some of which is fairly gruesome. Armed with this information you will appreciate the... 更多
Easy to access, it is a nice alternative to the Zeus cave even if it is not as impressive. Lovely visit, not too long which is good for children. Not that cold, no jumper needed. We went at the end of the day which was nice as we were alone in the cave for quite a long time.
I was very surprised to see such wonderful stalactite rock formations in massive cave. it took me around 15 minutes to walk around and make some fotos. however two other caves where shut as it was to dangerous. Price was 4 euros per person and i still thing it is to high for such short stay. I would suggest to... 更多
The inside of the cave is dramatic with some of the rock inside looking like melted candles. There were one or two bats flying about which added to the gothic atmosphere. There is a tomb inside the cave commemorating when over three hundred people were asphyxiated during the Turkish occupation. Not all the caves are open and we walked round... 更多