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Cuevas de Arta, Capdepera

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Cave Nature / Park
Variegated lights colorfully illuminate the massive stalactites and stalagmites in the high-ceilinged Cuevas de Arta. The only way to visit the caves is on a guided tour. The guides will aid your imagination by pointing out the names and figures of different rock formations, such as angels, serpents, dragons, and trees. As you descend the steps from the exit, you'll be treated to an expansive view over the sea. Arrange your visit to Cuevas de Arta and discover more family-friendly attractions in Capdepera using our Capdepera trip itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Fair prices, very impressive sight. You'll need good shoes to visit. Nice tour guides but language skills are 'so so'. Half way through the tour loud music is played which may scare minor kids.  more »
  • We couldn't decide whether to come here or go to the Cuevas de Drach. We're glad we picked here, it was amazing. The formations were so varied we couldn't believe it. I would definitely recommend a vi...  more »
  • Very impressed with the caves. We visited in May based on a recommendation read on TA. It was a very informative and humbling experience. Our guide was knowledgeable and the caves are stunning. The en...  more »
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  • The caves are impressive: huge rooms full of stalactites and stalagmites, large and small. No reservations and pre-arranged time slots like with the nearby caves of Drach: just show up when you want to and you're off with the next tour within 30 minutes. There's a bar with coffee, ice cream, small pizzas and hot dogs to make the waiting more pleasant. Our tour guide was not brilliant. He did it with no enthusiasm and I could barely understand what he said. The duration of the walk of 40 minutes was just fine for me and my 5-year old. Quite some stairs, so avoid this cave if that's a problem for you. Also quite some green and black colouring on the rocks, probably mosses or mold. I guess there's too much light inside.
  • Visita imprescindible en Mallorca.
  • Wonderful service. The guide leads you all the way and speak in several languages. You get the main information about the cave and you can ask additional questions if you want. The group is smaller if you compare with the drangon cave. Actualy I recomend to visit this cave, and then think if you want to visit the dragon cave.
  • Very cool and large caves that's fun to walk through. Guide gives pretty concise but interesting facts about the caves and it's a pretty easy ~30 minute walk through.
  • This is a very impressive place. It will exceed your imagination.