Those who happen to find themselves wondering along the shores of Aitoliko and western Greece this September are set to witness an eerie spectacle.
Giannis Giannakopoulos posted this video of the spider web to YouTube.
A Greek beach has been turned into an arachnophobe's worst nightmare, as hoards of spiders weave thousands of cobwebs all along the shoreline. "But I have never seen any spider webs this big in my life".
It's thought the region's high temperatures and an increase in the mosquito population provided the ideal conditions for the creepy-crawlies.
According to British newspaper The Guardian, Prof Chatzaki said: "The spiders are taking advantage of these conditions, and are having a kind of a party".
Tetragnatha spiders are not exclusive to Aitoliko, Greece.
In the interview, Democritus University of Thrace assistant professor Maria Chatzaki said: "The spiders will have their party and die soon".
'They mate, they reproduce and provide a whole new generation'.
"It's the simple prey-predator phenomenon". "This phenomenon has arisen from a population explosion of this spider".
Although neither the gnats or the spiders are risky to humans, CNN predicts getting rid of the webs will require a lot of dusting.