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Caves of Pastena, Falvaterra

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  • Great and very professional guide David Mattel gave us an extraodrinary impression of the cave and its history. It is worth to stop by and enjoy the visit.  more »
  • Nice large and long stalactite cave, interesting visit with very sympatic guide David M. 27. 9. 2020. Thanks him!  more »
  • We were looking for something to do when the weather forecast was poor. This was recommended for all ages including children. We had a 6 year old and a 5 month old baby in a carrier. This is an...  more »
  • Beautiful caves and a lovely receptionist however the tour was completely in Italian and therefore we weren't able to know the story or history behind the caves - unfortunately no attempt either to communicate and help us understand. An audio tour guide or some form of translation would have benefitted greatly. No photos allowed either, nor could you go off and look on your own, so a lot of waiting for us!
  • Very interesting caves to see, millions of years old! Tour guide was great, friendly and very accommodating, he tried very hard to make sure we understood the tour. Lots of knowledge. Definitely worth doing if you're in the area, beautiful landscapes too.
  • I went here with locals and the cave was only visited by locals when I was there, but it is definately something to see if you get the chance. It's a natural cave and thus very old. The cave has two levels, one without and one with water through it, the tour, which you will have to follow, goes about 200m deep through both parts. The tour is in Italian only, but on request there is a one page paper that gives the descriptions of each room. With my little Italian I could follow the tour after reading this paper,but even without understanding the tour guide, I'm sure it's great to go here to have the experience to see all the different rooms, the bats and the stalactites, stalagmites and columns.
  • Avoid it if I were you. Not worth the time taken to visit. Much nicer places around.
  • Worth a trip if your passing by, though plan lunch and at the time I went no photography was allowed, though if your sneaky it may just be possible

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