Greece cave tour
Visiting the caves of Greece
The beauty of the Greek underground
Remembering Greece, the imagination draws natural landscapes of amazing beauty, light sandy beaches washed by the clear waters of the seas, powerful views of mountain ranges. When remembering ancient sights, it can take your breath away.
Oddly enough, but that’s not all. Many people know about the underground kingdom – the caves of Greece, which are rightfully considered one of the most beautiful in the whole world. A huge number of travelers come here every year to admire them.
The terrain of Greece has not been fully explored, a huge number of caves have not been studied. They hide surprises, natural pictures that would certainly enchant visitors.
Despite this, there are caves that are open to the public, the location of which is the Peloponnese. Those who are fond of geology, hydrology, physics, biology, paleontology, and archaeology go to explore them. Such tourists will view the bizarre forms of rock formations through the prism of science.
People far from science visit underground palaces to enjoy their majestic beauty, for example:
Solve the mystery of the origin of stalagmites or stalactites.
To freeze for a long time at the underground lake, trying to see in it a sea underground inhabitant.
Forgetting about time, spend hours looking at natural paintings painted on rocks, etc.
The caves are interesting for everyone – local residents, tourists, even those who have been here many times – guides. The guides of Nomos Travel company will certainly conduct an excursion to any of the caves of the Peloponnese.
|The cave on the territory of Peramos, which occupies the 1st place in Greece, with an area of about 14.8 hectares, and the 6th – if we compare the length of the corridors (about 1700 m). Located 5 km from the city of Ioannina, it was discovered by Petrohilos in 1942.
|Arriving in the prefecture of Laconia, head for the village of Pyrgos Dirou. The walk through the lake cave, which lasts about 45 minutes, will take place on boats operated by local guides. Tourists will plunge into the grandeur of the most beautiful lake cave in Greece.
|Its discovery is an accident (1958), despite this, it is honored among archaeologists. To get to the location, you should head to Diros Bay.
|According to legend, this was the name of the dragon that lived here. Her age is difficult to determine. It is believed to be about a hundred million years old. Approximately 300 years ago, as a result of an earthquake, one wall collapsed, thereby opening a passage into it. This place is a must-see – beautiful views, a stable temperature of 180C, with a humidity level of about 90%, a huge hall, whose height is about 20 m, wonderful acoustics – all this makes the cave the most visited. About 800 visitors can be accommodated on its territory at a time. It is famous for the fact that Luciano Pavarotti and Maria Callas gave their concerts here.
|The second name is the cave of St. Andrew, named after the nearby chapel. In terms of beauty, quirkiness of forms, harmonious connection with nature, it rightfully took the 2nd place in Europe.
By contacting the staff of Nomos Travel, everyone will receive detailed information on tourist routes for such caves as:
The Nomos Travel transfer will pick up travelers from any airport (Athens, Kalamata), after which they will bring them to the hotel, where they will be resettled.