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“Catacombs & Caves”

Reviewed 20 October 2013

What a great find. We visited the Solomon's Catacombs which was quite small, but what you don't realise is that the whole area is covered with caves that you can walk into, you walk and you keep finding them. Many have steps leading down into them. Photography is good in these caves. Its like "discover your own caves" completly free to just wonder around them and explore.

Thank Berniemyk
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Reviewed 25 September 2013

When You enter this maze of rooms and tunnels You can't help but wonder why the people in chargehave.;nt opened up more of this fantastic area,There is evidence that they are clearing more areas but I hope it's not for more housing

1  Thank jlitten
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Reviewed 17 August 2013

Intricate & mysterious. There is a spring there. Unfortunately, the spring and frescoes are not in good condition.

Thank olesya3vid
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Reviewed 11 August 2013

The st solomon's catacombs are easy to find and close ot the castle area so you can combine it with a nice outing with icecream and a walk at the catle afterwards.

Interesting for adults and children with lots of cave and the tree where they hang hangkerchiefs and tratdion...

Thank catherine w
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Reviewed 4 July 2013

We stumbled across the catacombs by complete accident as it is on the main road a short walk from the Harbour. You instantly recognise it by the giant tree emerging from the catacombs where people tie handkerchiefs on to make a wish. At the catacombs there are steps leading down into the tombs, where there are a couple chambers to enter, and steps leading further down...to water (though it's so dark down this 2nd set of steps you don't realise there's water until it's too late). Overall an interesting visit and makes for some good photos!

2  Thank Charlie C
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