This small, circular lake surrounded by greenery, is the arrival site of the water that flows underground from Katavothres. From its starting point at Katavothres, the water travels underground to Melissani Cave where it briefly resurfaces only to continue its journey to Karavomylos. At this point, the water flows through a water wheel and ends up in Karavomylos.
Myrtos is widely acknowledged as one of the premier beaches in the world, let alone the Mediterranean. A one-and-a-half mile long expanse of white pebble dramatically set between two limestone cliffs make the setting as unique as it is breathtaking. The bright turquoise of the waters by day, is only rivaled by the fiery colors of the sky at sunset.
Antisamos is a white-pebble beach just off the town of Sami. The bay is ensconced in dense woodland, making for a breathtaking juxtaposition of green and blue. This spot rose to notoriety as one of the main filming locations for Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
Discovered almost 300 years ago thanks to an earthquake which shook the region and created a possible entrance, Drogarati has only been open to the public since 1963. Inside, the cave walls are lined with stalactite and stalagmite formations, and speleologists have estimated the cave to be 150 million years old. Drogarati is roughly 60m deep and is a constant 18 degrees Celsius, with …