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Lefkada Caves

PAPANIKOLIS CAVE. It was the place where boats and sailing boats found shelter when they were threatened by storms. It took its name after “Papanikolis” submarine as the cave was its base during the II World War. Its chamber is very large covering 3.800 sq. m and is the second biggest cave in Greece. You can visit it by boat and you will be amazed by its colossal hall and its rich decoration of stalactites. In the sunlight, the combination of rocks creates thousand colors giving a dreamy atmosphere. At the end of the cave there is a pebbled passage, ideal for walking.
Another cave located in Lefkada close to Spartochori is SPILIA TOU DAIMONA.

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