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Agiou Geogiou Road, Paphos, Cyprus
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All reviews ship wreck beautiful scenery crystal clear water beautiful place to visit beautiful area climb down well worth the trip take photos boat trip oniro peyia shoreline nature picnic camera path waves
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very beautiful to look at, although they are fairly out of the way so travel by car is advised. Great photo opportunity as sea blends in so well with the caves

Thank Jon-John-89
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just on past coral bay, there are some breathtaking views to be had in sea caves. The water is beautiful and clear. A nice area for a walk, which we did with friends and their dogs.

Thank jillmccarthy2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took a fantastic kayak trip to these sea caves. They are beautiful. Apparently you can reach them by car/walking but I recommend a kayak. Water warm, not too many people, fossils, geographic formations, and according to our guide, home to one family of endangered monk...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely scenery and crystal clear waters. Scuba diving at the area is recommended, as it's abundant in marine life.

Thank Y2723FEmariak
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visit the restraunt overlooking the caves ,stunning location food is good but a little pricey as usual for paphos, a well thought out car park and very good toilets,

Thank david g
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited Sea Caves on numerous occasions most recently during a quad safari. The ship wreck is a popular tourist attraction. Not much else can be said other than the scenery is beautiful and worth seeing.

Thank QualityPolis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We only stopped here for around 10 mins as part of a Jeep safari, but lovely views from the cliffs worth a few photos. Water looked lovely and clear too.

Thank sharkc01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a delightful little cove, with the haunting (not haunted!) ship wreck to the side. From what I could see, they hold weddings on the cliff in front of the wreck. Very pleasant.

Thank Sue C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Lovely place to sit and have a drink and look out to sea. Green grass under your feet and plenty of shade under the umbrellas. A good selection of food at a very reasonable price. Not the easiest place to find.

Thank lotty60
Reviewed 8 October 2018

Vistied here with Evis Jeep & Deep Surf & Turf tour so saw them from land & sea. Would recemmend a trip

Thank Pengu66
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6 November 2018|
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Response from Cghills | Reviewed this property |
No not these ones. you view from the cliffs above. I think they have stopped you going over the edge now too. People used to swim there but pretty sure you are unable to now.
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9 July 2018|
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Response from NoelC781 | Reviewed this property |
Sure, you get to see the sea caves from the top of the cliff. So you don't actually get to go inside the sea caves unless you rent a boat I guess? The cliff is not dangerous, it's a big open area where you can walk and take... More