The Sea Caves

Published 18th of March, 2022

Sea Caves is an area between Peyia and Agios Georgios which is justifiably famous for its beautiful coastline. We have driven past it several times, and flown a drone around it. The other day I took time to explore it properly...

A Sunny Day


If you drive along the coast from Coral Bay, past the wreck of the Edro III, you will arrive at Sea Caves. They have recently moved the road, as the existing one was too close to the cliff. You can see what that is like in this picture. You can park your car on the old road, or if you don't mind a few bumps, drive into the open ground below the houses.

New Build


They are putting up a new building on the other side of the road. You can see a digger here.

More Villas


And there are more villas here, above the cliffs. If you look closely, you can see a path to the left of the villas, by those palm trees. We shall go up there.

Nearby Rocks


First though, lets have a brief look at the rocks by the car park.

Balancing Act


This rock has always puzzled me. I mean the one that is perched on another one, in the centre of the picture. How is it still standing? From this angle you would expect it to get battered in the winter storms.

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