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Check out the history before visiting. It will give you a better understanding for the place. The cave is quit dark some places, and there is no light. Use your mobile phone or a flashlight. This is a holy sight, and you will find a...More
Loved visiting this cave and for a free place to visit it was worth every minute. We took a very powerful torch and didn't go too far in,after we shone the torch into a part of the cave and saw lots and lots of bats...More
Absolutely a positive surprise. There was NOONE there and also no entry fee! Beautiful view, but inside be careful because its very dark. The church inside is very special and has a sad story. Totally recommended!
The cave is nice but the view on the way to the cave is fabulous - the rocks, the sea view...everything made me enjoy this place. It's better to wear shoes not flip flops though. The walk is not difficult at all and does not...More
Milatos cave is situated in the ' middle of nowhere' , but worth to drive to this place through the hills . A path is leading you to the cave and you must enter the cave to discover the little ' church ' within the...More
It takes about 10 minutes to walk to the cave and you must take a torch for walking into the entrance and don't wear flip flops! Hard to believe that so many people had to hide in there many years ago. We had it to...More
We arrived to the cave shortly before sunset and the views of the sunset from the area where you start the walk to the cave are amazing. It's about a 10 minute walk to the cave along a stony path with goats along the hillside....More