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jagoda wrote a review Feb 2020
Castelldefels, Spain55 contributions2 helpful votes
If you will have a chance to drop by - definitely worth it It's amazing that they still using the cave as a normal part of the road. It's stunning!
Date of experience: February 2020
Relax623602 wrote a review Aug 2019
Community of Madrid, Spain45 contributions9 helpful votes
La Cuevona is a long (around 300 m.) twisting natural cave which is apparently the only path to the village Cuevas del Agua at the other side. The cave is perhaps three or more floors high to the ceiling and a road !! goes through it to reach the village. Therefore you can cross the cave by car but you'll miss a lot; better to leave your car at the entrance parking an walk it in both directions (put attention to the cars that may be using the road). There are some lighting inside for you to better admire the rock formations but no pre-historic paintings, different from nearby Cueva Tito Bustillos. Recommended. No fee entrance.…
Date of experience: August 2019
Máire wrote a review May 2019
County Sligo, Ireland24 contributions15 helpful votes
This cave is definitely worth seeing whilst in Ribadesella. The stalactites and stalagmites are amazing and you get a great view of the mountains around the cave.
Date of experience: May 2019
Nicholas R wrote a review Aug 2018
Ribadesella, Spain3 contributions
A must see for all visitors to the area, incredible.Some nice bars and places to eat,as well as wonderful walking trails.
Date of experience: July 2018
Alice K wrote a review Jun 2018
Greenwich, United Kingdom36 contributions8 helpful votes
The road runs through a 300 metre long cave which is stunning and free to visit. You are supposed to wear a fluorescent jacket to walk through the caves. There are a number of walks that start at the far end of the caves.
Date of experience: June 2018
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