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Really enjoyed this visit. Amazing caves originally discovered by accident by naturalists researching swallows. Very reasonable entry fee, 4 euro. Tour was only in greek although English notes were provided which were fine. Why not combine this with a visit to the Troupis winery less...More
Kapsia cave system is amazing, the colours are beautiful and stalactites and stalagmites are numerous and enormous. Its a living cave system, so more are forming continuously. Our guide was informative and passionate about the caves. We don't speak greek but he had an English...More
I cycled out to Kapsia from Tripoli on a rainy, gloomy day, so I was the only person visiting that day. There is a small restaurant on site, so I stopped and had a coffee with the proprietor, Panos, while I waited for the guide....More
A greatly exploited, but also respected cave. The ticket is 4 Euros with the tour included. Very cheap! The tour guide is an absolute delight! He is full of information on the cave and all its creatures - residents, fun historical facts about the area...More
We have been there twice. Both times, the tour Guide was really polite and with a great knowledge of the site. They have provided a lot of interesting information throughtout the tour and they really know how to "break the ice" and make the whole...More
We stumbled upon the Kapsia Cave en route to lunch in town at Tsiolis Taverna. It was a very pleasant and informative experience. The history of the cave is humbling, and the staff is very attentive. I would definitely recommend that you go to the...More