Let me introduce you to the stunning Sea Caves at the Peyia village seafront in Paphos.
These natural beauties are rock-carved along the shore and offer unparalleled sights of the fishermen at work, especially in the morning.
The real magic happens when the sun sets, creating a fantastic atmosphere.
And guess what? When the tide is low, with the calm waters, we can swim to the caves and indulge in a one-of-a-kind experience.
As a local, I can attest that this hidden gem is an absolute must-visit.
You can park next to the caves and take a picturesque stroll to the nearby Edro III shipwreck.
It’s the perfect spot for swimming and cliff diving in the summer.
Trust me; it’s a must-see spot if you’re in Paphos!