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It took us only about half an hour to explore the whole cave since its fairly small. Nonetheless the structure is very impressive and of pretty well lit; just enough to see everything but not too mich so that the cave feeling of sorts is...More
If you like to see caves or just want some time away from the beach it could be interesting. Small cave with some historical backgrounds. At the entrance there is a little cafe and the information where you pay a fee of 4 euros each...More
Quite a humbling place. As usual in Crete, you have to work hard to discover the history. This place has some sad memories and has is rare at being, not only a place of natural beauty but also a place for reflection.
The main cave...More
Having stopped off and seen how Olive oil was made, we popped up to the Melidoni Caves.
It was well worth it as the view was stunning!!
Even the two teenagers managed to walk round the 20 minutes or so that it takes without whinging...More
If you plan to visit Melidoni Cave you should first of all know that this is a memorial place with very tragic history. About 370 people were killed and now are buried there. Mostly children, women and old people, who were hiding from the turks,...More
A nice change from the usual sunbathing. The cave is situated high up in the mountains, giving stunning views of the landscape before you go in, if a little unnerving!
The cave itself has interesting rock formations to look at as well as an interesting...More
Definitely worth visiting. Fantastic underground cave all lit inside. Would recommend proper or sturdy shoes, not flip flops as the there are 80 steps down and it does get a bit slippy the further you get into the cave. Good value for money, costs 4...More