There are many caves along the coastline from Ayia Napa to Cape Greco National Park. Many people come here to snorkel and the locals come here before the crack of dawn to fish. The Palace caves and the Smugglers caves are deep passages in to the cliffs which are only accessible from the sea. Some extend as deep as 240 feet in to the rock. During calm seas and at low tide it is possible to swim and even walk in to most of them.
There is a large parking area nearby and a lifeguard station at the top of the cliff. Several people were crazy enough to jump into the sea off the cliff. There is an ice cream van set up nearby for refreshments. Amazing scenery / landscape and great spot for photos. Well worth a visit, 10-15 minutes’ drive away from Cavo Zoe Seaside Hotel. Although they have a rock-strewn environment the waters are wonderfully clear. Boat trips regularly pass by daily. There are spots of deep water amongst the rocks where spirited folks engage in the extreme sports of cliff diving/jumping.
Recommend to watch sunset there. It is possible to walk from Cape Greco visitors center. Sea Caves can be found at various locations in this area…the area of Palace Caves is great for cliff jumping or diving (make sure you aim for the bright blue sand area or you’ll smash yourself on the rocks below)…the jump is about 10 meters high, it is really easy to climb back up the cliffside and go again…the area below the church is 5 mins drive away…the water is beautiful, crystal clear and mostly calm…
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