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Cape Drastis Thematic Park, Peroulades

Categories: Nature & Parks
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3.1/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Cape Drastis Thematic Park is located in Peroulades. Plan to visit Cape Drastis Thematic Park and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Peroulades attractions using our Peroulades travel itinerary planner.
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  • Don't bother - it's all shut up and there's no access to the beach. It's a long walk down to the 'access to the sea' beyond this area. It isn't a beach when you get there - just sloping rocks and a bo...  read more »
  • I read a lot of reviews about this place. Yes with a lookout view of the Cape is beautiful! BUT! Get the Cape you will fail, because the downstairs on a dirt road, you will reach to the closed gate. Where not very helpful Uncle told us that an entrance fee you need to pay 300 euros per person! Question?! FOR WHAT? The gate hangs a poster that it said about 300 euros, just written about 5 euros. But what it all means is not clear. Naturally we pay such money is not steel, not for that! We went further down the road to the beach, which is about the size of two-by-two meters and gone back. The way the crowd was behind us tourists, I decided to listen to what they say is not a friendly uncle. He replied the same pay 300 euros with Chela and go. Obaldevšie tourists very loud and angry for a long time, going back. In short, personally I like it all impaired impression from Cape Drastis. Honestly I do not advise!
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  • brilliant places! beautiful views, just something beautiful. are you pit/dives-on-down path, at the end of which is a tiny plaza, where you can enter and poplywac with one of the coves or explore lodke and poplywac after the coves of Cape
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  • This is a private park. Is closed with a sign telling us to have a look at the park on Google. If we really want to visit we shoud agree a fee with the owner and no contacts left. The gate is shut with a chain and a padlock. There was a guy hidden in the shade of a tree far from the gate. What a waste of time. There is a "beach" nearby where at list you can plunge in the sea. Go somewhere else.
  • So, it makes a beautiful picture, but this is not a public park. Whoever owns it locks the gate and you can't go much farther than the sign announcing the park.And there are no hours posted so no telling when the park is open. Once you take the picture, you're done.
  • Against to cap drastis is wonderful. Unfortunately nowhere it indicated that the cap can not be entered. The arduous is away for those who want to climb up futile. Locked the door with a fence and a sign that lubricated that "privad aera". Two ladies who dared to stand at the fence were yelled at by a man who came from a wooden teepee running on the worst. The man got even physical and threw a wooden stick at the two, then completely distraught looking for the distance. He roared together three more tourist. Later he raced up the gravel road with his car. Of course, music in the end volume ran into his radio. As I learned from indigenous, there are these problems already. Why the authorities are not involved, is beyond me. The area is great, but I can only recommend to take the Schottern way only up to the first curve. There is a good prospect. Goes the way right down to a beach. Links to just the "privad era".
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  • I monadikotita tou pnisikou sximatismou.
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