Cueva del Tesoro

Cueva del Tesoro, Rincon de la Victoria: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Cueva del Tesoro Reviews: 4/5

Cueva del Tesoro
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Caves in the town of Rincon .you might think it a suburb of Malaga. Prehistoric and run by the government.
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ebbcourt
hampshire346 contributions
Fantastic experience
Feb 2020
Definitely worth a visit, we were treated to a classical concert inside the cave which was outstanding.
Written December 15, 2020
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mariaben64
Sydney, Australia279 contributions
Interesting visit
Jan 2020 • Family
We visited the caves as a family group and spent an interesting hour walking through the various caverns and listening to the audio guide providing information on the history and features. Good value and an unexpected surprise. The caves are unusual in that they were formed by the action of the sea millions of years ago when the sea level was much higher. Well worth a visit for all ages.
Written January 2, 2020
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Just_Tina_C
The Alps537 contributions
Relaxing visit in a beautiful environment
Nov 2019 • Couples
The Cuevas are easy to reach by public transport from Málaga. Take the M160 Avanza bus from Muelle Heredia down by the port. You can buy tickets at the Avanza kiosk there. Then get off at the Cantal Bajo stop after Cala del Moral but before Rincón. The bus shows the various stops but the driver was very helpful when we went and told us where to get off. Then just follow the signs uphill to the caves, it takes about 10 minutes on foot. Before, free visits were all day Monday but now as of 15th September 2019 free visits are for the first hour of opening from Monday to Friday for the first 60 visitors. On a damp weekday in November there were 7 people waiting. The visit is self guided and you still get the free audio guide with the free visit. The guide starts when you press the appropriate number. So you can visit the caves at your own pace. Totally different from the stressful organisation in Nerja Caves of being herded around and the audioguide starting on its own when you may not even be in the right place and you can't listen again! These are marine caves so very different from Nerja but beautiful in their own way. We spent over an hour there, which included taking a lot of photos. We enjoyed it very much.
Written November 21, 2019
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malagamommy
Rincon de la Victoria, Spain14 contributions
Great place to spend a cool afternoon, especially in the summer.
Aug 2019
We went there on the free day, a Monday. It wasn't too crowded. We had been there before and appreciated the fact that they fixed the handrails that used to be in bad condition but now are stable. The experience of being in this cave is amazing, but I wouldn't recommend it for the elderly as there are many steps, uneven walkways and it is generally dim down there.
Written November 19, 2019
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Iva S
Prague, Czech Republic558 contributions
Cueva del Tesoro
Sep 2019
1. 9. 2019 Just a breathtaking experience. Possibility to move freely without a guide, calmly upload and take foto and enjoy the incredible natural formations. Beautiful cave, I recommend to all. Take non-slip shoes. Tickets without queues and waiting. More youtube travel video PSIS-visit. Iva + Petr CZ.
Written November 16, 2019
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LizinKL
Kuala Lumpur1,553 contributions
Interesting place to visit
Oct 2019
The cave is easily accessible by bus from Malaga, just 11 km away. Entry ticket is cheap at 4.65 Euro, for a self guided tour. The entrance room has various info boards, then you go down several flights of stairs, where there are info displays on each landing. The cave is not very big and there are not many stalagmites or stalactites. You go along one passage to the end, listening to the various audio stations. Then back to the main hall and down another passage where there are 2 small lakes.
Unfortunately during my visit there was a whole coach full of primary school children who were rather noisy. And sadly none of the archaeological rock paintings are in the show cave, they are in other caves not open to the public.
Written November 10, 2019
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Helenh681
Northwich, UK56 contributions
Lovely, and excellent value.
Sep 2019 • Family
Only 4.65 euros per person. We spent an hour drifting through. Audio guides available. It was quiet when we visited Monday lunchtime in September. Good headroom, and well lit to show off the lovely caves, and underground lake. Much cheaper than Nerja caves, but not as big. Plenty to see though. Good easy parking.
Written September 23, 2019
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Mette L
Aarhus, Arhus, Denmark69 contributions
Hidden Treasure
Sep 2019
A very nice place to spend an hour or two. It is not big very beautiful. Don´t forget to see the archeological site next to the entrance where there is the most stunning views of the sea and city
Written September 1, 2019
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cwitt
Copenhagen, Denmark5 contributions
Nice experience and nice place for shade
Jul 2019 • Couples
nice caves. great place for shade in the sun and temp is of course lower which is nice during a summer stay in southern spain. get the audio guide.
Written August 1, 2019
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Jude M
Portadown, UK5 contributions
Brilliant
Jul 2019 • Family
We went to these caves today and easily spent an hour walking round. It was a lot easier walking around these caves with young children as no guide so you weren’t rushed, you just followed the arrows and had an electronic guide. Very reasonably priced aswell.
Written July 10, 2019
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