Situated 12 nautical miles from the picturesque village of Nydri in Lefkada, the best way to access this remarkable sea cave is by boat, giving you exclusive access to the area.
The second largest cave in Greece, Papanakolis Cave shot into prominence during World War II by virtue of being a secret hideaway for the submarine Papanikolis. The sheer magnitude of the cave is truly astounding, it is believed that the submarine would tuck up inside this mammoth cave after its blitzkrieg on the Italian armada.
First-time visitors will live an awesome experience, it's outstanding and beautiful
The cave takes a right turn, just at the rear of the gateway and extends to the southeast. At the extreme end, there is a miniature beach, and one can approach the beach on small-sized boats and undertake leisurely beach strolls.
With its undeniable beauty and outstanding blue waters, the Cave of Papanikolis is a must-see when cruising around the gorgeous Greek island of Meganissi.
If you are interested in this experience whilst on your Mediterranean yacht charter, please speak with your preferred yacht charter broker to incorporate this cave into your yacht charter itinerary.
Papanikolis Sea Cave Photos
Papanikolis Sea Cave
Papanikolis Sea Cave,