Very very beautiful caves with blue water. Very good place to dive and to snurkel. Kids love glassdeck boat.
Windmill boat trips to blue caves
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What a fantastic way to spend a morning - small boat so only about seven or eight people which was lovely, brilliant staff - very skilful handling of the boat meant we could get right into places where the larger tour boats could not. Cannot...More
I emailed ahead to check that we could just take a boat to the blue caves . 10 Euros per person. Steep steps down to glass bottom boat so not for the infirm! It was a bit choppy and it's only a small boat ....More
This was the best boat trip on the Island. Family were very friendly and helpful. If u hire a car go here and go on this trip.
Lonely planet advised to go past the st Nicholas where you normallygo on the trip to shipwreck bay. They advised to go 3 k on following the signs to lighthouse and take a tour from there. What great advise! The cost per person was 15...More
We visited Zakynthos in early April at the end of the low season when most tourist activities where not running. Aware that a trip to the caves and shipwreck beach were weather dependant we contacted Potamitis Boat trips in advance to see if they could...More
Nice trip to navajo beach & blue caves Fast boat to the beach, smaller boat to the caves. One hour stop at the beach. Less pricey Would make the experience perfect
We were informed about the group excursion to the caves for about €40 per person, BUT!! We rented a car for about €30, went straightly to the caves by the map and saw a cute tent with a lady managing trips! Asked about the time,...More
After the lovely drive we went in to the taverna just before the windmill. We were made very welcome and the food Lovely. We then went on the boat trip to the caves. It was the best trip I have had to the caves and...More
We went on a small boat, 6 people and the superb pilot. The boats are reached by climbing down the cliff on a series of whitewashed steps to sea level where the boats come up to the edge and you step in for a very...More