Named after a nymph who drowned herself here as the god Pan –somewhat bizarrely– did not return her affections, this B-shaped cave consists of two lake-filled chambers, one of which has a collapsed roof letting sunlight filter in. Small boats ferry visitors through the cave, and the best time to come is at noon, when the sun is right overhead, hitting the turquoise-blue waters and bathing the space with magical light.

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