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If you want to climb to the entrance of the cave of Zeus, you can ride on a little donkey, which will carry you to the entrance of the cave for a few minutes.
How to ride on a donkey on Crete
The path, stretching for 800 meters, leads to the entrance to the cave of Zeus. Since it always goes up, it is difficult to walk on it. Especially for those who are not ready to conquer this journey on foot, in the valley, where the trail begins, you can rent a donkey - it will take you to the entrance of the cave.

Where to do?

#5Psychro Cave on CretePsychro Cave

Visit the most famous cave in Crete, where according to legend, small Zeus with his mother hid from his tyrannical father.

Open hours: from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

How much?

€15 - one way, €20 - return trip.

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