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Incirli Cave

Visited this location whilst on walking holiday in North Cyprus. Small entrance and not suitable... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2018
Bob S

As with everything in TRNC, it's so cheap. Kids are basically free and the belediyesi charge... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2018
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14 Oct 2018
“Incirli Cave”
22 Jul 2018
Cinarli, Trikomo 5700, Cyprus
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Reviewed 14 October 2018

Visited this location whilst on walking holiday in North Cyprus. Small entrance and not suitable for anyone who is not comfortable with enclosed location. Would suggest going in with a guide (as we did) who knows the cave so you get the full story of...More

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Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

As with everything in TRNC, it's so cheap. Kids are basically free and the belediyesi charge practically nothing to get in. Friendly staff and refreshments available. The caves themselves are fantastic. Be careful though as you can really hurt yourself in there! Have fun!

1  Thank ShaunMadden1977
Reviewed 10 May 2017

If you like caves, geology, rock formations you will love this unvisited and unspoilt place. Quite hard to find - you have to go through the village of Cinarli and then carry on beyond that - the road is quite rough in places. Make sure...More

2  Thank eshergirl
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Quite difficult to find but well worth persevering.....the gypsum caves are a real wow!. The council official took our money...just 5TL each...just over £1 ! We followed him to a fig tree where, out of sight, was a door that he unlocked. Quite steep set...More

4  Thank StaffordshireTaff
Reviewed 28 May 2016 via mobile

A Walk back 1 mill years. So beautyfull - and still NOT destroied by tourism. Just do it. Open mo-tu. And Thy-fri10-1530. And sunday.

1  Thank Inge M
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Hidden under fig trees is the entrance to this cave. We went there in August and enjoyed the cold draft coming from inside the mountain through the small opening, as unfortunately the entrance was locked and noone there to open it for us. Definitely before...More

1  Thank Angela11111111
Reviewed 27 August 2015

About 40 minute drive from Catalkoy going past Acapulco Hotel. Turn right at main T junction heading away from Karpaz but towards Gecitkale. Well sinposted as you approach. A man in attendance who unlocked the cave for us and sat at the entrance whilst we...More

4  Thank A S
Reviewed 4 July 2015 via mobile

Drove all the way up and the cave entrance was locked , disappointing as it sounded quite interesting 😢

2  Thank Gisella63
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Visiting my uncle who had moved to North Cyrpus, I discovered these caves when searching for places to visit - he didn't know of them either despite being there for over 3 years already!! A little bit of an off track road to get to...More

5  Thank g00glie-eye
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9 September 2018|
Response from Quirinius S |
Just discovered your post and want to go there as well. Did you find out anything regarding the opening times?