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Calypso Cave, Marsalforn

(1.9/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Calypso Cave is located in Marsalforn. To visit Calypso Cave on your holiday in Marsalforn, and find out what else Marsalforn has to offer, use our Marsalforn tourist route planner.
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Reviews
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  • The cave is probably long time. There's a nice view of Ramla Bay and the opposite cave, which is accessible in contrast to the Calypso Cave.
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  • This attraction is a less attractive daylight robbery as unfortunately a lot on Malta. This alleged cave, it has probably sealed the touristic reasons that here dwelt a nymph, is you only to a small crevice in which can be seen from above into it. It leads into a staircase, which is however closed. The only reason why I have forgiven here 2 instead of 1 points, is the beautiful views of the Ramala Bay from up here.
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  • Visited in Dec 2016 with family part of our tour of Gozo Island. A lot of history behind & amazing views. The caves had been closed due to safety reasons of collapsing so they were not accessible but ...  more »
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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.