The 385-hectare cape, Cape Greco, has long been declared a National Forest Park thanks to its unspoilt natural beauty.
Nature lovers have loads to do when visiting the breath-taking area. for starters, hiking enthusiasts may set off of hikes through the pine-covered forest while admiring the emerald sea from cliff tops.
The park has many benches where you can stop along the way and simply gaze at the stunning views beneath.
The park also has cycling paths where visitors may cycle while exploring the area. Thanks to the island’s all-year-round sunny weather, visitors may enjoy cycling all through the year. Others choose to rent a boat and sail along the shoreline of the cape exploring its natural caves. Cape Greco is also a popular diving site, attracting divers from all corners of the world, seeking to uncover the deep underwater world.