It's worth driving up the hill within Cape Greco national park because you get lovely views along the coast from the top. There's also an attractive sculpture of a flock of birds up there - very scenic. From there we took the short drive down the hilll again to the sea caves, which are beautiful.
I visited at the end of February, which I think is a perfect time to visit because the sun is shining, the water is crystal clear and there are no other tourists around. Perfect for taking photos without dozens of strangers in them!
Pay particular head to the warnings not to go too close to the edge when viewing the sea caves. When you walk further around the small bay you see that the edges you've been standing on are severley eroded underneath and aren't supported by a great deal!
The only sad thing about the sea caves is that some idiot has graffiti'd on them in the past - a real shame in an otherwise stunning natural landscape.
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