Sea caves in Greece are among the most beautiful natural sights on the planet. Stunning natural caves reflect the transparent blue of the waters, creating idyllic scenes. Visiting a sea cave is a special experience, filled with images of a crystal world. The Blue Cave in Kastellorizo, in the southern part of the island, is also known as Fokiali (seal’s refuge) or Parasta cave. It is one of the most exquisite caves in the Mediterranean. Its outstanding stalactite and stalagmite structures and shimmering waters mirrored on the walls create a spectacle that captivates the senses. In eastern Zakynthos are some of the most beautiful sea caves, like the famous Blue Cave, which is now one of the most photographed places on earth.
On Cape Drepano in Chania, Crete, the amazing Cave of Elephants was discovered as recently as 1999. It was named after the elephant bones found inside. The Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus) finds refuge in its warm waters. The cave has been recognized as one of the most significant in Greece. The deep blue of the waters create an unbelievable scene.
This is the official video of the Greek Speed Windsurfing Championship 2011, which was organized at Drepano Beach, Achaia, Greece on 8th of May 2011 by Minos (GRE291), Nick (GRE800), Alex (GRE145),fw2.gr/2sp , fw2.gr/2sq . Results here: fw2.gr/3ho
Weather forecast was long debated the week before the race, but still the wind proofed to be enough (sunny warm day 20C, wind about 20 knots), so we had the opportunity to run 4 full heats of 1 hour each. We managed in that way to run 6 heats total and allowe two discurts for the championships results. For the two events registered in total 37 participants and many more watched from the friendly beach of Drepano.