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If you like carstic caves decorated with stalactites this is the place to visit. I have visited... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Angelos A
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Alistrati Cave

Getting in the Alistrati Cave you get into the Wonderland - a must see place for everyone who loves... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2018
Vasilka B
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The Cave of Alistrati near the town of Serres is considered one of the largest and most beautiful caves not only of Greece but of Europe. The total length of its passages is approximately 3 km, of which 1 km is accessible by the disabled. According...more
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Alistrati 62045, Greece
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you like carstic caves decorated with stalactites this is the place to visit. I have visited many caves and I can tell that this is one of the best caves. The stalactites and stalagmites are unique especially the eccentric and elictites are simply fantastic....More

Thank Angelos A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This cave is officially greatest in Europe. It is magnoficient, must see it to believe it. A stalagmites and stalactites are more than 15m in diameter. Taking photos is forbiden :( And service is ok but it could be better. Price is ok. If you...More

1  Thank drakic
Reviewed June 18, 2018

Getting in the Alistrati Cave you get into the Wonderland - a must see place for everyone who loves getting wonderlust.

1  Thank Vasilka B
Reviewed May 21, 2018

It is a very beautiful cave with a lot of formations and it definitely has to be seen. Unfortunately the service was not very good. The majority of the group was foreign and the guide refused to speak at least partially on English so we...More

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Reviewed May 17, 2018 via mobile

I have visited many caves in Europe and USA. This one has all the different formations you can think of. But the people and the atmosphere they create is what really sets it apart. Make sure to get souvenirs that will always remind you of...More

2  Thank Georgios G
Reviewed January 22, 2018 via mobile

We went there with young children of 10, 5 and 3 years old.The experience was unbelievable with a very a good guide to give as all the information we needed.It is about 1500m to walk in a very easy path even with a push chair...More

Thank Kostas K
Reviewed January 13, 2018 via mobile

Amazing cave, it can stop your breath, so beautiful. Lights and the music for font are done very good. The guide girl has strong knowlidge and she is very cute. A must for every traveller in Greece!

1  Thank Atanas A
Reviewed October 7, 2017 via mobile

Alistrati is not a Greek landmark for sure. I recently discovered this mythical place. By the time you enter the cave, you fill like part of a fairy tale story. A 1000m, amazing walk through. Tour duration is 60 minutes. Adult ticket :8€.

2  Thank Giorgio D
Reviewed August 24, 2017 via mobile

It really feels like being in a completely different world when you enter the cave. It's huge and all kinds of formations can be found there - really impressive. The cave can only be visited with a guide and visiting a really large hall you'll...More

4  Thank leolas03
Reviewed August 11, 2017

Just got back from 7 weeks in Greece and one of the highlights of the holiday was a visit to the cave. The sites and the history is never to be forgotten. The guide was very helpful and conducted the tour in English as there...More

2  Thank Bob R
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640km from Athens and 140km from Thessaloniki , but you can go with plane to Kavala from Athens and after from Kavala is only 60km. Kavala is a very beautiful town with sea and many things you must sea plus you can take the... More
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