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All reviewsevery houramazing caveguided tourdefinitely worth a visitnatural wondermother naturemain cavernstalactites and stalagmitesno photographytakes about minutesmakes you feelcala gononeeuropestepscavessignstaircase
Biggest pilar in Europe, measuring 35 meters. It is forbidden to take photos inside. Every hour is a guided tour which lets you into the cave for around 20-30 min. There is some explanation about the stalagmites and stalactites, the way they originated and what...More
we have been to many cave systems around the world,and this one does not rate very highly at all. It was a long drive to get there,admission price was ok for what it was. The advertising photos of it make it look far better than...More
Not to be missed if you're in the area! (Don't trust the photos)
I had heard it was amazing... But couldn't have imagined it this spectacular.
It is great how they conserve the place.
Very friendly & informative guide.
We have visited several caves in various countries on our travels
This one, though not huge is awesome. A column of stalectites and stalegmites is the tallest in Europe and is something worth seeing.
The guided tour is interesting and efficient. Tours are on the...More
Spending a few days in Cala Gonone we came across the Ispinigoli caves whilst visiting the nearby Sandy beaches.
Really good half hour tour, spectacular cave, followed by lovely restaurant nearby.
We did note a family with very young children had to turn back as...More
Looking at the entrance you wouldn't expect the enormous cave that you descend into. The rock formations and light create an astonishing scenery of colors and shapes. It's also home to the largest naturally formed stalagmite/stalactite column in Europe.
You can only visit as part...More
The is only guided tour. 10,11, 12 15,16 and 17. After a stair to climb to the entrance you see a big "No camera sign". Is some eastern countries there are more cleaver that that. You just pay more to have the right to take...More