The Cave of Agia Sofia

En route from Chania to the beach of Elafonissi just after the town of Topolia, we saw signs for the cave of Agia Sofia and decided to check it out.  After climbing about 220 steps (only 4 times as many as it takes to get to our apartment!) we reached the cave.  You will see magnificent stalactites and stalagmites and a church built into the rock high above Topolia Gorge.  It’s free to visit, so check it out!

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