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Nice view and nice climb

It is a bit of a climb but it is worth it. The cave and the small church are both interesting and... read more

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tijanamir
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Florence, Italy
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Great hiking trip with history!

We hiked from Votslakia to the Cave around 11am, we had the sun in our back and it was just really... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
stefanolsdal
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is a bit of a climb but it is worth it. The cave and the small church are both interesting and the view is very nice as well.

Thank tijanamir
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went there from Ireo, so it was quite long trip and driving in the mountain was adventurous.. I suggest to be careful while driving.. There are stairs to go to cave so it's kind of easy. It is a big cave, nothing so special...More

2  Thank TUGCE Ö
Reviewed 10 July 2018

We hiked from Votslakia to the Cave around 11am, we had the sun in our back and it was just really hot. We recommend going in the morning, from our own experience. The trip took around 1,5 hour before we got to the cafe, staff...More

Thank stefanolsdal
Reviewed 9 July 2018

There's not much to this - the name says it all: Cave. The hike up is short but steep so if you are afraid of heights it might be a tad scary but honestly not bad at all. Nice views and scenic drive to get...More

1  Thank Taylor W
Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

We drove all the way to the taverna at the bottom of the trail in a 1.2 litre engine, bit scary at times, but you can definitely make it in a car. The path up to the two chapels and one cave is not too...More

Thank 27jessica
Reviewed 20 May 2018

Now that the route from Votsalakia to Pythagora's cave is on a reasonably well surfaced track/road it can be walked fairly easily, (in 25 degree sun!), even by those of us of 'advanced years'! Be sensible, take a litre of water per person, and enjoy...More

3  Thank travelmad-7
Reviewed 2 November 2017

There are 2 caves here. We rode from Kokkari which was quite a long trip, but the views were amazing, as you go into the mountainous centre of the island. One cave is where he lived and one is where he taught. I went to...More

1  Thank Fiona1110
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

We walked in the afternoon from Votsolakia to the cave. There is a taverna at the foot of the steps which lead up to the chapel at the entrance to the lower cave which was Pythagoras's workshop. The whole round trip took us 3 hours...More

2  Thank BuckinghamshirePaddy
Reviewed 30 September 2017

At the end of a long and warm hike there's this nice bar for a relaxing drink, and when you've finished that there's another 60 meters to the caves

Thank P. h
Reviewed 22 September 2017

Go to the cafe below the caves, have a coffee and get an explanation about the caves (yes, there are two). Remember to go to both ... one will require a little bit of climbing. There are a couple of small churches near the caves,...More

1  Thank Nesdu
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