The caves themselves are beautiful with a huge range of stalagmite and stalagtite formations in various shapes, colours and sizes. The guide was knowledgable and paced the tour well. She spoke excellent English but I thought that it was a shame that they didn't run smaller more regular tours as half of our group of 40 or so was German and it sounds like they have other guides with additional languages. She was quite apologetic about this and explained that she was currently learning this in addition to her 5 other languages. The actual group size wasn't an issue as we never felt rushed and there was quite a lot of space. They only seemed to be running one tour per hour which meant that a lot of smaller children became impatient in the build up. Whilst we received an explanation for the no food and drink rule (risk to a unique beetle) we never did get an explanation as to why photos weren't allowed if the flash was disabled. They also took cash only which seems a bit strange given the admission price of 13€ for adults and 8€ for children under 11. I'm not complaining about the value but I would guess that a lot people might end up short of cash for the very pleasant terrace cafe bar and gift shop. The cafe is shaded by various fruit trees and vines with nice views over the surrounding countryside.
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