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They are the smallest caves of Majorca that you can visit, perhaps the most beautiful caves. It's proximity to Palma and communication facilities make readily available to visitors. The visit is more familiar character, ideal to go with children...more
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Calle Barranc 45, 07015 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
it's gorgeous! I actually went on a holiday when it was closed (completely unaware), but lucky for me the tour guide was there and kind enough to let me enter and explore. On top of that the chef happened to stop by and cooked us...More
It was interesting to visit the caves, it would have been better if the “English guide “ actually was cable of just some basic language skills.
It could though not take the beauty of the caves away but you can as well tour them yourself...More
Short drive from Palma, you are going to a residential building where a guide take you to a small cave. They show you a movie about the history, and than take you to an amazing cave. It is small but you need to visit to...More
The caves are impressive. However the chap put a video on which lasted five minutes and then left us to wander around, which was nice and the caves are good, But it meant we were done in about half an hour with very little background...More
These are not the most glamorous caves you’ll ever see, or the most touristy, but nevertheless they are well worth a visit if you are in the area.
The 10 Euro entry charge (half price for kids) gets you a guided tour of some pretty...More
We wanted to visit some caves but didn't have the time or opportunity to go to the ones on the east coast. The caves at Genova were a compromise. We spent about 20 minutes inside including a film which tells about the discovery and development...More
This cave is very close to Palma but seemingly not regarded to be as impressive as the big caves of Drach and Ham as we only found out about it accidentally. It really should be better thought of. The caves ( entrance 10 euros) are...More
My friend Danielle and I visited the caves during this past weekend. Overall it was a good experience as it was just two other persons apart from ourselves in the cave that allowed us to maneuver through well as the paths are quite narrow. We...More
Quite nice and compact cave. We had a DIY tour, guide just escorted us in and said that don't touch anything and don't use flash. So we had a time of our own down there! 10 eur p.p. admission fee though was a bit too...More
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There are some uneven steps and areas that are not closed off. The cave itself can be wet and slippery so please be careful! It should be okay if you hold your 4 year old's hand and maybe carry your 1.5 year old through... More
There are some uneven steps and areas that are not closed off. The cave itself can be wet and slippery so please be careful! It should be okay if you hold your 4 year old's hand and maybe carry your 1.5 year old through the tour.