Cuevas de Arta, Capdepera
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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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son muy guapas desde fuera no parece gran cosa pero impresionante la altura q hay dentro .es muy facil ir y los alrededores muy bonitos un buen contacto con la naturaleza .personal muy bueno ya q expl... read more »they are very pretty from the outside does not seem much but impressive height .is there is within very easy go and very beautiful surroundings a good contact with the nature very good personnel already that explained in several languages, and very pleasantshow original
Veľká priestranná jaskyňa. Prehliadka trvala niečo cez hodinku, bola v angličtine a nemčine. V sieni "Peklo" bola obohatená svetelnou a hudobnou produkciou.Large spacious cave. The tour lasted a little over an hour, was in English and German. In the Hall of "hell" was enriched with light and musical production.show original
Realmente se trata de un sitio muy interesante, nunca antes visto. Sus estalactitas y estalacmitas naturales forman un espectáculo maravilloso, con formas y colores indescriptibles... pero tuvimos la ... read more »It is really a very interesting, never-before-seen site. Its stalactites and stalagmites natural form a wonderful spectacle, with indescribable colors and shapes... but we had bad luck that Gabriel Swiss moved to a sympathetic Spanish and was a real disaster! I do not understand how one friendly and prepared so little type could receive Guide: he responded sarcastically to each question, and your information was very poor! Luckily, who received the complaint in ticket office gave us some interesting data, and promised to take care of it. I recommend avoiding this guide... until you learn or be fired!show original
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 nice cave experience - excellent stalactites and stalagmites. Well worth the visit. Guided tour is rather on low end with little information. Stunning views of the ocean from the entrance of caves.
It's perfect place to spend time with your family,quiet location, amazing views of the nature.
Overpriced. Adults - 13 euro, kids - 7 euro, up to six years - free. Caves are not very interesting and the tour is no use - very poor information. "The Hell" is cheap light and sound effects. Campanet caves and Caves del Drach are much more impressive.
Very boring, you walk through the cave and that's it. No swimming, no boats, no nothing.
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