If you ever thought that Greece is a destination only worth-visiting during summertime, well, I’m here with this series of pages to prove you definitely wrong.
Idyllic “White” landscapes, ski-resorts, picturesque mountainous villages, natural winter pools, mystical and mythological caves, hidden winter gems and generally extremely beautiful destinations are about to be presented, so stay tuned!
As promised in part 2, I am now back to present some mystical escape destinations in Greece that await to be discovered and that would definitely steal your heart!
If you’re a nature lover and you love experiencing its miracles, then keep reading cause I guess I have a few touristically alternative suggestions following in this page. Would you join a mystical journey in Greece where you’d have the chance to explore some of the most magnificent and majestic caves hidden in the mountains all over country? Would you love to get lost in the magic sight of the stalagmites and stalactites formed thousands of years ago? If yes, then keep reading!
Exploring some of the most impressive hidden caves could actually be a part of a winter trip while traveling in Greece. The majority of those caves are well maintained and open to the public throughout the whole year.
Stalactites and stalagmites of incredible beauty, an ‘architectural’ structure that forms halls similar to those in royal palaces, underground waters, crystal-clear and mystical, create unparalleled underground landscapes. Apart from being one of the special sights to see when traveling around this country, a visit to a Greek cave is a deeply mystical experience.
Some of the caves found in Greece are renowned all over the world for their significant anthropological findings. Human history has been linked to these mystical caves. Many of them were refuges for primeval man; others were important places of worship.
My name is Chrisa and I come from Greece. As nature lover, winter sports addict and Erasmus obsessed, I’m always writing about these topics.