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This is not a large cave, you'll probably be done in 20-25 minutes, but it's a nice place to visit, and with a little cafe nearby. Stairsteps down to the bottom of the cave, and a footpath once you're down there. Kids really liked it.
We rented a car out and travelled to the caves. The route is very scenic and takes you through lots of little villages, we had first stopped at the Arkadi Monastry as it is only about 28km from there. The visit itself only took 20...More
It's only three or four euros to enter but not really much to see. A relatively easy climb down well made concrete steps will take you to a shrine in memory of people who lost their lives in an historic incident. the rock formations and...More
We visited the cave with our 3 children (5, 7 and 9). The steps in the cave were no issue for us at all - however, it might be challenging with a buggy. The chamber of the cave open to tourists is very large and...More
A group of us walked to the caves from a villa in Melidoni village. The walk was uphill and would recommend taking a bottle of water. The walk takes around 35-40mins but welcomed with a cold beer on arrival at the Melidoni Cave Bar/Cafe.