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Calypso Cave, Marsalforn

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  • Very windy at the top of here today, but worth it, the views spectacular. Even after 28 years which was the last time we visited. Recommended.  more »
  • The cave of Calypso, nymph that seduced Odysseus and kept him close to her for 7 years, when he was shipwrecked on the island, we saw not ever ... Is closed for security reasons, probably for years. The views of the Bay Ramla is admirable, but there's nothing there after the cave is not open to visitors.
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  • If you live in Marsalforn, the detour is worth already. A former locality in the Moorish-style can be adventurous to explore. The Calypso Cave however due to landslides is through earlier earthquakes do not commit. The Ramla beach is located, but also reachable by car 10 minutes walk.
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  • Beautiful view worth seeing. Looking down over the beach and the ocean and the fields of vineyards on the other side is impressive.
  • The Calypso Cave is permanently closed. The Cave is in danger of collapsing. But you'll have a nice view from the view point over Ramla Beach.
  • Hmm, the cave is closed due to geological movements.. The sight over there is nice but nothing to do with the cave itself..
  • Since the cave has been closed, there is not much you can see except a hole in the ground
  • Right now the cave is closed, and you are left with a car park a couple of food trucks and a lookout point with a magnificent view, and a shortish walk downhill to the lovely red sand beach of Ramla.