Entrance fee was quite high, but as we had travelled from Mojacar to see them, we paid the 13 Euros each and joined a Spanish speaking guide (no English and we do not speak Spanish). It was actually very good. The route was fairly easy, doing the Ruta Basica, but if you were claustrophobic, this might not be the attraction for you as we squeezed through fairly tight holes in the rock with only our head torches for illumination. The gypsum caves are quite astonishing as there is very little rain, so they are well preserved. We would like to return to do the longer, more "caving" experience. The guide was really friendly even if she spoke no English, she spoke slowly enough that we could get the gist of what she was talking about, and the family and other person in the group tried to give us little translations of the key points. The site also has nice walking trails and a cafe (with wifi) and toilets etc. We will visit again
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