A great treasure is hidden in the inward of the earth, the active Olympi Cave, at approximately 57m in depth and a temperature of about 17 oC. It was explored for the first time in 1985 and has been open to the public since then. The stalagmites, created over time, and the mysterious shades of the scant sunlight enlist this cave in one of the most remarkable beauties in nature. This is definitely a wonder spot that you cannot miss. It is open to the public from June till October, while a tourist guide will tour you in the bowels of the earth.
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Would you like to combine skiing in the morning and then go swimming in the afternoon, all in one region? Click to choose your interests and see in which part of Greece you enjoy them. Combinations are endless!