I visited this site on a Saturday morning, the only other people there were a small group of about 8 people with a guide. The quarry was originally worked by Athenian prisoners of war ca. 418BC, in the Middle Ages it became the property of the Franciscans who turned it into a garden. The site is extensive with huge caves (one of them is now a small theatre) where the limestone was quarried, it is extremely peaceful but also rather spooky. Opening times are limited (I think mornings only), it would be a great place to bring a picnic and a book.
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