The coves are up the side of a terraced hill and the view from the terrace and cafe is lovely. The guide was called Carla and made the visit very interesting with extensive... read more
The Caves of Campanet are situated in the north of the island in an...
The Caves of Campanet are situated in the north of the island in an unspoilt valley which captures the unique character and charm of rural Majorca. They cover an area of 3.200 Square metres. The tour, of approximately 40 minutes, will take you through beautifully decorated chambers and passageways.
Deep in the caves you will see magnificient stalagmites and stalactites sculpted by water throughout millions of years. Their variety, delicacy and color are outstanding. Of scientific interest are the signs of the existence of Henrotius Jordai, an indigenous, carnivorous, blind beetle and the remains of Myotragus Balearicus, an indigenous mammal believed extinct about 4000 years ago.
From the bar and spacious terrace you can enjoy the sun and the beauty of the San Miguel valley.