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Nice historical place is not for the little children, you have to roam the rocks. Price is cheap and from there is very nice view of the whole town, Matala beach and the sea. Be carefoul, u can't to take something to drink, but one...More
We came for the sheltered beach and were surprised at the intricacies of the caves. Wow. I wish we were spending the night in this town! The water is great and the beach nearly deserted this time of year. We were blessed with warm, sunny...More
I did grow up under the hippie culture late sixties early seventies.
Heard then about this hippie collective.
Did not find anything back that realy reminds of that time or atmosphere.
Has become a normal Greek beach attraction.
I did regret the time spend to...More
Entry to the caves is free for European students or €2 otherwise. There are lots of caves to explore. Some are easily accessible and others you have to climb up to. We are two 20 somethings and enjoyed getting bare foot and climbing up to...More
It costs €2 entry to see the caves so a bargain frankly and this money is used to keep them clean and maintained. They have quite a history, used as tombs, then to house Cretans and Venetians who ran from the Ottoman war, eventually used...More
It is quite interesting to see the caves used in the 1970´ by hippies from the whole world as their dwellings at that time. Not to much adrenaline experience, nevertheless a little bit climbing, some spots not for elderly or childern. For 2 Euro.
Is very amazing to see and touch this beautiful history mosaic. Greece is full of history and these caves are just the best. Is an experience you'll never forget. Can't tell you much, you just have to visit this gem yourself to experience the magical...More