Cueva del Tesoro, Rincon de la Victoria

(140+ reviews on the web)
Cueva del Tesoro is located in Rincon de la Victoria. Make Cueva del Tesoro part of your personalized Rincon de la Victoria itinerary using our Rincon de la Victoria trip itinerary maker.
Create a full Rincon de la Victoria itinerary

Plan your trip to Rincon de la Victoria

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
  • It's a cave not very large and very close to malaga. Allowing a trip short and different. Since they have equipped with audio guides visit is more comfortable not having to wait for that there is a group for the guided visit, which in turn allows you to take pictures with more tranquility and without strangers. Facilities in general need of modernization, and I think that the number corresponding to the audio sound track should be located at the entrance of each room and not in the Center seems a good choice of activity for such a Sunday morning (the visit does not last much more than one hour)... and end up taking a walk by the Creek or the Rincón de la Victoria... or any beach or nearby picnic area...
    View original
  • The caves make for a fun visit. Cost was about 9 euros for two and included an audio guide which was good but only has 8 entries!  more »
  • Decided to go and visit this cave on a Sunday afternoon. The lady on the front desk was very polite, spoke good English and explained what we had to do with the hand sets we were given. The cave may b...  more »
  • Beautiful cave and interesting guided visit. We went with kids between 4 and 11 an all of them enjoyed a lot.
  • Definitly worth visiting. It´s around 5€ for a 45min tour. Unfortunatly the explanations seem to be only available in spanish. I could understand it and loved the place. The cave itself was formed by the ocean, so it´s only one in three caves worldwide that were formed by the ocean and can be visited: they are in Mexico, China and this one. I stumbled across it by chance and had a short but beautiful experience :) It definitly looks different compared to other caves I´ve seen so far and even has a small lake in one of the sections. If you are in the area, come to see the cave. Even in winter there are several tours a day being offered!
  • Bit short, but okay for people who like caves
  • Obligatory tourist stop
    View original
  • It is a place which is worth visiting, has a very interesting history and can be seen in about 40 minutes. This site is recommended with good prices and discounts with youth card.
    View original