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Cova de Can Marca, Port de Sant Miguel
Categories: Geologic Formations, Caves, Nature & Parks
Discover the beauty and mystery of the 100,000-year-old rock formations within Cova de Can Marca, a cave on the north end of Ibiza only widely known to the public since the 1970s. Explore the cave’s stalagmites and stalactites, and look for painted marks once used by smugglers to navigate the chambers. Join a 40-minute guided tour of the cavern, and marvel as it culminates in a light show involving a subterranean waterfall. Grab a drink at the cave’s cafe and relax in its terraced seating area with views of the hills and cliffs across the bay. Those with epilepsy should keep in mind that the light show at the end of the tour contains sudden bright flashing lights. Use our Port de Sant Miguel trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Cova de Can Marca and other attractions in Port de Sant Miguel.
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We booked the 'Love Ibiza' trip through First Choice. An experience where we got to see the island, hear the history and visit San Antonia and the Caves at Can Marca. We were looking forward to seeing... read more »
Es bonita algo atípico pero con unos precios excesivos...11 euros por persona lo veo algo caro.....La relación calidad precio no es muy compensadaSomething atypical but with excessive prices is pretty... 11 euros per person see you something expensive... The relationship quality price is not very balancedshow original
This is set at the top of a beautiful cliff at San Miguel cove. The view is spectacular but the cave tour is average. It could've been better if there were less people. Worth a visit, but average. Qui... read more »
Lovely caves and entertaining tour. The guides are doing a good effort to keep it interesting, informative and fun. There are some beautiful vistas on the way to the caves. I rate it 4 stars because I find the prices to high.
Expensive, short, crowded and very boring. They take your photos. Go through the effort of using the resources to print them then have the cheek to try and charge you for them and if you don't buy them they just bin them
I set of by foot to visit the cave. As I entered I was amazed how beautiful, old and spiritual this cave is. One must visit and experience it. I loved it. To end the evening sit on the balcony of the cafeteria and admire the stunning view....memorable moments
scenic the cliff walk down to the caves is also worth mentioning
Andrés González Estrada
Not very impressive and the price is high. It is not a must in Ibiza although everywhere they say otherwise
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