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The Roman caves or rock burials are found in the face of the cliff at one end of Matala Beach. Entry is €2 with kids under 18 free. It's a bit of a scramble up the cliff, but worth it to see inside the caves/Roman...More
We visited on a very hot day, so probably lingered in the caves a little longer than we normally would have. The nominal entrance fee keeps them swept out and free of modern graffiti, which was nice, and it may scare away some people so...More
After that many attractions in Crete I was first amazed on the caves, decorated with lights in the evening. But when visited them, there is not that much to be seen. Instead of nice views on the beach and many tavernas on the opposite side...More
I love this place such a charming cove with a relaxed feeling. This is a must do when in Crete great snorkelling by the cliffs and caves.
Bonus that they have a fresh water shower to clean away the sea water so you can go...More