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Cueva La Serreta

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Cueva La Serreta

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Mona_Cristina wrote a review Mar 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
Pretty cool visit to the cave! It was amazing to see the cave paintings. The guide was very nice and although he didn’t speak much English he tried his best to explain things to us.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paul G wrote a review Jun 2016
Herefordshire132 contributions102 helpful votes
If you do nothing else in the area you really should see this cave, which contains many images dating from as early as 4000BC plus the remains of a Roman dwelling, plus a fantastic view from the cave mouth into the Segura gorge. Entrance is via a very narrow spiral metal staircase, so if you have mobility problems this is not for you. Anyway you should wear sensible shoes. You can only visit via an organised tour which only run on Saturdays and Sundays (subject to enough people wanting to go), and are organised via the Tourist Info Centre in Plaza de Espana. The tour itself however is a commercial operation. The price was 8 euros for adults with a a concession for oldies. Well worth it. Many of the finds from the caves are to be found in the museum in Cieza - also well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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