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With a volume of more than 100,000 m3 and a surface covering 9,371 m2, the Tourist galleries represent approximately one-third of the cave. The cave has been used as a habitat, a burial site and for cultural expression. There are remnants testifying...more
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The caves are are definitely worth a visit if you are staying in the surrounding area.
The chambers are huge and beautiful. They really give you a sense of what it must of been like for the humans living in them all those years ago.
What can I say, with generous measures, very friendly staff and right on the main road, the ship offers great hospitality.
Music is good too and you may find one or two little impromptu dances!!
Well done the ship keep doing what you’re doing and...More
We stayed in Malaga and took the bus from the bus terminal to Nerja.The men in the ticket office needed to go on a smile-course He could told that the bus went up to the caves but failed to say it, even though we said...More
We turned up at 10.30 today, January 12th, expecting the place to be bursting at the seams due to the free entry offer for the 60th anniversary of the opening of the caves. How wrong we were......we collected our free tickets and immediately started the...More
Visited today (Sat 11th Jan) and it was great. Large cave with lots of stalagtites and stalagmites. Pictures can be taken without flash, and because parts of the caves are lit the pictures come out well. You get an audio guide to listen to info,...More
Its an amazing cave complex and well managed, but although the equipment has been improved the cave was just too busy when we visited (28 Dec) the queues were long and slow, and the groups were too big so we got detached from the guide,...More
How on earth can anyone miss this as an attraction for Nerja. here is something down to earth and also quite mystical about visiting the Caves. There are also some amazing events held in the caves from time to time. The accompanying restaurant is a...More
If you love stalegtites and stalegmites then this is a must. Large caves , we'll set out. Pity we couldn't see any cave art.Takes about an hour for the full trip. Entrance is timed, think it's each half hour so if like me you turn...More