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Reviewed 13 August 2017

everybody should visit the place, especially with Vicky II ferry. It worth it. Even if it was overcrowd it was beautiful and very relaxing at the top of the Ferry. enjoying so many blues and greens. But entering the cave was a real suprise even I was be prepared for it.

Thank chloe15160
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

I had this high on my list of things to do in Lefkada, but after seeing it, it was really nothing much. There is history behind it, yes, but you can read about that. I guess it's good that I got to see it, it's just not what I thought it would be.

If you choose to do the long cruise, you will get to visit it, it's part of the package. The boat only stays there for about 5-10 minutes, they go very close, sort of putting the nose of the ship in, but that's it. I was misled by pictures that i had seen, showing sand and people getting out and taking pictures.. that would have been nice. But we just saw it from the ship.

Thank Travel_Addict_Cyprus
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Reviewed 28 July 2017

if you have time when you are in Levkada is this place worth to visit it. The best place is to rent a boat at port nidri and go there or with some tourist boat. Nice cave

Thank Tatjana M
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

did not knew that Greece had a midget sub that used this cave as a hiding place. also, we were told that locals were supplying it with food and ammo.. they must had some spacious backpacks to carry all those torpedoes.

if you go with a small boat you can enter the cave and stroll around it, as it ain't big but there is shade there.

Don't expect much and you'll be happy.

Also, the story around the cave is a greek neo-mythology tale.

1  Thank Ra808x
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Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

The cave was bigger but a part of it falled down during the big earthquake.
Even so the big cruise ships enters half in it.
The legend says captain Papanikolis hided his submarin.

Thank Duta V
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