You’ll find it in Peloponnese, in the prefecture of Lakonia, shortly after Areopolis. There are three underground caves with lakes, Glyfada (or Vlyxada), Katafigio and Alepotrypa, which were firstly explored in 1949 by John and Anna Petrohilou, both experts in caves. The tour in parts of the caves is done by boat, where stalactites and stalagmites create a very impressive sight and the visitors is really fascinated by the charm of this small underground world.
Maria Athanssopoulos was born in the city of Tripoli, Greece, 1968. She has worked as a lawyer for almost 20 years. She writes interesting articles and takes photographs from the places she visits, since 2009. She run her own travel related web pages. She likes exploring new places and new cultures. She loves writing about her travel experiences. She also loves the art of photography. She has travelled almost all over Europe, but also in Turkey. Her plans for the future are to visit a lot more countries. Stay tuned!
MariaMar 07, 2019