A cave near the beach of Agioi Anargyroi, used by the rebels in 1821 as a hideout to protect the Turks.
The Bekiri Cave is one of the attractions in Spetses of particular natural beauty and historical significance. The path to the depths of the Baker's Cave is a great experience.
One of the natural attractions of Spetses that used to be a haven for raids on the island. The cave is accessible by land and sea. From the land there is a path that starts with concrete steps from the new mole on the north side of the beach. The entrance to the cave is narrow.
Inside, the Bakeri Cave has impressive stalagmites and a small sandy area. The sandy beach is at the bottom of the cave where the path ends at the entrance. The route to the sandy beach is quite impressive.
Bekiri Cave is one of the most spectacular attractions in Spetses and is visited by all those who like the natural environment and adventure on their vacations in the summer.
In Spetses there are even the following caves:
Agriogianna Cave (located near Kamares grove)
Deep Cave (in the wild after the Wild Ages)
Zaira Cave (in the seal of Fokies)
Kontou Cave (on the hill opposite St. Markella)
Mavrou Cave (above Agioi Anargiri area)
Miltiadis Cave (under Prophet Elias facing the settlement of Spetses)