Untouched beauty, breathtaking scenery and mysteriously attractive colours. These amazingly beautiful sea caves in Greece will make you book your sailing holidays in Greece or arrange a private day trip in the Greek islands.
The Blue Caves of Zante
Multi-photographed and idyllic, the renowned Blue Caves are one of Zante’s most popular landmarks! Deep-blue waters and a vivid sea bottom with rich marine life, orange and purple corals create a fascinating scenery.
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Papanikolis Caves, Lefkas
The cave of Nafsika, Corfu
Kleftiko and Sikia Caves, Milos
Renowned for its spectacular rock formations, Milos has possibly the most impressive sea caves scattered along its diverse terrain. Kleftiko, definitely the most popular landmark in Milos, is a group of sea caves around a massive arch-shaped rock and is a former pirates’ hideout. A perfect spot to enjoy refreshing sea dips and amazing explorations in the caves! On the coastal route to Kleftiko, your boat will meet the entrance of Sikia, a large sea cave of enchanting beauty with a big crater on top. Swim to the interior of the cave to meet a lovely small beach with shiny, colourful pebbles and formations.
Sea Caves, Koufonisia
In Pano Koufonissi, behind Pori beach and accessible only by the sea, one can find the sea caves. Here, the craggy hills form several caves, small bays and pools, that can literally be your personal, natural pool.