Visited this place with a couple of friends and had such a great time. The fee (4 EUR) was totally worth it. It was a lovely, beautiful place to walk and see and what made it even better was that you could swim in clean and clear water. I recommend definitely trying out swimming in it: especially at the place where there is a designated jumping pad. When you walk further up, you come to a calm secluded area where the water is very shallow and where you can lay down a blanket or towel to sunbath or have a little picnic (there are special places for picnic). A working staff walks around the area as well and in the middle of the path, you can find restrooms.
We were a bit lucky because we visited when it midseason and by noon. When we got there, there wasn't many people there yet. However, closer to the afternoon, there were more people. I can imagine that in high season, there are many more.
I recommend that you use waterproof sandals/shoes!!! There are a lot of rocks in the water so if you do decide to swim, keep your shoes on. A pair of comfy sandals makes the swim much easier.
It's not very wheelchair or stroller accessible though - there are a lot of stairs and woody patchs. I can't remember if there are any special routes sadly.
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