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Villa Paradiso

Cave Art studio
The archaeological area to the left of the Villa Paradiso was once home to the small cave shrines dedicated to Poseidon (ancient Greek god of the Sea, also dating approximately to the 5th century BC), sailors, fishermen and their families, used the shrines to leave symbolic offerings to the god, for the safe passage in the sea, good catch, and sea voyage. Now most such cave shrines have collapsed into the sea, while some were transformed into the boat garages by the fishermen. One of these cave shrines, which was later further dug into the mountain to transform it into the boat storage, is now used by the present owner of the Villa as the Cave Art Studio. Here one can find full seclusion and peace, away from the crowded beach, and perhaps even give in to one’s favorite artistic trade: painting, drawing, writing, etc. The Cave is surrounded by its own private sandy beach, underwater diving caves and offers a breathtaking view to the Firopotamos bay and its fishermen houses. This area is still listed on the island registry and maps as a protected archaeological zone.


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