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This is my personal, very private opinion, and though i understand there is not much to see around, going on an excursion to the Sea Caves wasnt my top priority here.
As part of an excursion around "the best beaches" and to see the ghost...More
Nature never fails to impress...the caves and rock formations are marvellous. It's possible to walk along a good path and go off piste...but be careful! There are signs in some places not to go near the edge...if you look across you will see some of...More
This place was as beautiful as it seems in pictures. We came by bus, but it was quite a walk from Kavo Gkerko's busstop(maybe 1,5-2km), and there was only one little sign to the caves, which we didn't see until on our way back to...More
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We accessed by boat to get best views as the caves are underneath the cliff. But you can walk to edges and look down although I assume abit scary. I recommend a boat trip to see best as it was the boat trip that made the... More
We accessed by boat to get best views as the caves are underneath the cliff. But you can walk to edges and look down although I assume abit scary. I recommend a boat trip to see best as it was the boat trip that made the visit amazing. Enjoy
These cave are in Ayia Napa not in Paphos. Anyway in both areas the caves are not so steep or "crazy". In some spots the water is deep but you can still walk around in some areas. Just be careful, not on bare foot