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Cave of Alistrati, Serres

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • It is the most impressive of all the caves I have visited regarding the interior design created by nature over time. From the first steps look impresses the variety and variation in shape in colors and size of stalactites and stalagmites. Disks, ekkentroi, different. ... Justly recognised by the cavers as a cave of outstanding beauty and ranked in the top 5 of a kind in Europe. The managing body to maintain strict rules on the tourist exploitation of the cave in order to remain alive. (chamilwteros lighting, microclimate and conservation of biodiversity inside the cave) is worth the visit.
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  • It is a marvel of nature dating 3m years!! The whole tour takes about an hour and the guides are very well informed and helpful. A must see to appreciate the marvel of our nature. Entrance fee is apro...  read more »
  • Amazing underground experience; over 1 km of Stalagmites, Stalactites etc. You will not be disappointed by a visit and the guide spoke very good English 
  • Great place to visit. The tour goes 1 km inside the cave. Make sure you have a jacket with you, temperature inside is about 18 degree with almost 100% humidity. The tour is guided and takes about one hour.
  • Great place to see! Spectacular!
  • Incredibly impressive and beautiful. The eye can't get enough see! We are very glad to have made their way to the cave. A unique experience - other caves, we have visited so far, stand back far behind the Alistratis cave. The facility was arranged very well, expired in the last few years but apparently pretty: can no longer be the way into the cave to end, the way boundaries are broken in some places, several lamps are broken and discs of Windows in shards are in buildings such as toilet and Café in the run-up to the cave. Also the access road is crumbling and generally poorly signposted the cave or the signs of leaves are overgrown. In summer 2015, there were no guided tours in English or in other languages, as was probably earlier, but only Greek tours with two DIN A4 pages as a very abridged translation according to the information of the Fund. That's very bad, but the advantage is that it focuses at all not on the Guide and look at the (because you would not ever understand yes the Greek) while listening to, but just has time to watch. (And as I said: the eye can get enough see.) :) Still, The natural spectacle in itself is adorable and the tourist, emerging now in decline, preparation does hardly detract from the. Absolutely worth seeing!
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  • In Greece a stalactite? Yes, and a very nice. Successful change and cooling for €8 per person, very nice guide of approx. 30 min 1 kilometer far into the mountain.
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  • Beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. Nowhere else in Europe in this size!
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