Located at the Konnos Bay in Agia Napa. It is a 2.4km long walk near the sea and worth to see.
The cave is claimed to have been a hideout of the infamous Cyclop, a one-eyed giant who trapped Ulysses and his men, as they struggled to return from Troy to Ithaca, in Homer’s book, The Odyssey.
Cyclops Cave is good for exploring on foot or from the water (via scuba diving under/around it). The setting is beautiful, overlooking the sea, and sunsets are lovely here. It’s also fun to walk around–and inside of–during the day.
Photos by Stefanos Savva (Facebook Group: Landscapes of Cyprus)