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"The Caves" are a collection of three caverns on the Western side of Norman Island which are exactly at sea level, allowing for visitors to snorkel into them. They are not particularly deep, and natural light is visible even from the back of each of them. Nor are they particularly deep; you can stand up at almost all times.
Local legend has it that a fisherman from the Creque family found a chest of gold dubloons in one of the caves whilst sheltering from a storm in the 1930s, although this may be a corruption of the older (true) story relating to the treasure of Nuestra Senora de Guadelope which was recovered on Norman Island.
Although a popular attraction, the caves are not particularly big, and do not take long to explore.