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Fundación Cueva de Nerja, Nerja
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Discover prehistoric life in the underground world of Fundación Cueva de Nerja. Stretching almost 5 km (3.1 mi), the caves are a long series of caverns comprised of eight rooms and two main entrances. Tour the main lobby to see human artifacts and remains found in the caves. In the Elephant Tusk chamber, admire the impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations. Attend a concert in the 600-seat natural amphitheater of the Cascade room. The caves are accessible by car or bus, but a relaxing walk along the coast is another way to return to Nerja. With our online itinerary creator, Nerja attractions like Fundación Cueva de Nerja can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Hemos ido varias veces y siempre nos asombra. Maravillosa obra de arte de la naturaleza,impone la grandiosidad de la cueva. Muy buena la gestión de la cuevaWe have gone several times and it always amazes us. Wonderful artwork of nature, imposes the grandeur of the cave. Very good management of the caveshow original
Fascinating seeing the underground caves and all the stalactites. Lots of steps and damp areas so you need to be steady on your feet.
Zoals ook in andere reviews staat, zijn de grotten van Nerja op zich wel indrukwekkend. Maar daar blijft het dan ook bij. Organisatorisch is dit een flop. Eens we binnen mochten, was het totaal onduid... read more »As also in other reviews State, the caves of Nerja is very impressive. But that is where it is at. This is a flop. Once we were inside, it was totally unclear where exactly we had to go. Once in the caves, walk visitors and groups by each other, making it impossible to take a look around. Clear: here one does it purely for the money. For 10 euros per person to wander around in busy caves is really exaggerated!show original
Have been to a few caves this was certainly wasn't "up there". Cheap so ok to visit if passing but certainly no day trip. Got the tickets, I was aware there was a pre audio then a tour but no instruction as to when or where, went in thought there might be a meet place inside where your are stopped and they give the speech...nothing. Quick to walk around, the lighting was nothing special could have put some colour in there in some places always looks good. Can change the mood. Overall not very impressed
Great acoustics here for Ainhoa Ateta concert Sat June 25 th
Had lunch in the café. Tried the buffet deal. About £10 for all food and a glass of tinto. OK. Though the fish soup was good. Then we took the cave tour, this was a good long guided walk, and I thought worth the 10 euro entry.
Unique but not actually very interesting. Crap audioguide, at least it's cheap. Overpriced entry, restaurant nearby severely overpriced. Same with tourist shop - quality of products low. Lots of tourists here throughout the year. If you haven't seen something like this and have time to spare, pop over here. Not really worth it otherwise.
The cave is magnificent and well worth the visit, the guide/staff however wasnt very friendly.
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