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Visited here as part of an organised trip. It was the first stop of the day, recommended before the main crowds arrive. there is quite a climb from the carpark to the cave entrance & you need to be fairly fit. there are Donkeys if...More
Arrived here whilst on a Tour of the area, there is a car park area with tavernas souvenir shops, its a nice place, very pretty gardens to sit in with great views, The climb to the cave entrance is quite a feat, there are two...More
I am downgrading this cave primarily because it was a bit of a disappointment for the kids. It makes virtually no play of the myth of Zeus’s birth. My 8-year-old was so much looking forward to visiting it specifically because she is enchanted with Greek...More
I booked this as part of a package where you get to see a few different places throughout the day. To be honest I expected a little more from the 'Cave of Zeus', as a few others have said you go down many concrete steps...More
Really interesting place to visit, up in the mountains with amazing views across the valley. Cave itself is spectacular, but there is a zig zag climb to get there which was really difficult in the intense heat. There are around 200 stairs down to the...More
On the way up a green snake slid across my path - an omen surely of almighty Zeus recognises a loyal hierophant returning home at last.
It cost €6 (April 2017) to enter. We had the cave to ourselves as we went up at 4pm....More
This cave has a good story -- the birthplace of Zeus -- but that's about it. You arrive in a shabby car park surrounded by tourist traps, cafes and kiosks.There's a strenuous walk of about 600 metres up a steep path to the ticket office....More