At the north side of Mount Bobias, between Fodele and Agia Pelagia, there is a small and unknown cave. Actually it is a long rock shelter formed by the impressive psammite rocks that dominate this area. The cave is located at the north side of the mountain, at the top of a vertical cliff of height 100 meters, in the middle of the 'Trail of the Pilgrims' towards the the church of Agios Sozon at Cape Stavros. This rock shelter is the result of centuries-long erosion, which has formed incredible shapes and lines in the rock. If someone stood looking at the shapes created by nature, gorges in Arizona would come in mind.