|Location:||Lalaria Beach, northeastern side of the island Skiathos.|
|Fee:||fee for boat|
|Classification:||sea caves, natural bridge|
|Light:||none, bring torch.|
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Skiathos is a small island of the Northern Sporades, and the one closest to the main land close to Pelion peninsula and Euboa peninsula.
The sea caves are located close to Lalaria beach (pebble beach) at the northeastern coast. Galazia Spilia (Blue Cave) is the bigger one, the smaller one is called Skotini Spilia (Dark Cave). Nearby is also a natural bridge called Trypia Petra, the pierced rock.. Lalaria beach is a famous and well visited beach, although its a pebble beach. The caves are visited by swiming in.
The beach is accessible by boat, with regular boats from the village Lalaria. The round-the-island cruise also stops at Lalaria beach.