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By any stretch of the imagination, this venue is not easy to get to. Situated in the mountains about 40km from Heraklion, this took a good 90 minutes to reach by car, as the road is steep, with many hairpin bends, and steep drops. Though...More
We were on a we will see where we get drive on the Lasithi plateau. As this was one of our first days on Crete this time and second time in this part of the island. We had Made an overview of the possibilities of...More
The Cave of Zeus Crete (also known as Psychro Cave) is one of the ‘must do’ things to do in Crete. These caves are located above the Lassithi plateau.
Access is via a long steep well maintained path, there is an option to take a...More
The drive across the plateau and the view are almost worth this trip, but add in the amazing cave and it’s a great journey.
Be warned though, the walk up and down from the car park is not for the faint hearted, take your time,...More
The cave is nice, but we drove up here from Igios Nikolaos, the road is very dull, pads thsu villages, bought honey and it took more than an hour. Small charge to park the car. The cave was very cool but there was not much...More
If it was not linked to the legend, it was not worth all the sweat and panting up the hill and than waiting in line in hot sun to get tickets.
I can see it as a good hiking point as any other cave. Not...More
It’s a long way up a very rocky path to get to the entrance of the cave. There are poor suffering donkeys that can take you up but personally I just felt they were abused to be carrying people up such a steep hill in...More