Five caves you must visit in Mallorca

Mallorca boasts some of the longest and largest caves in Europe. Therefore, we don’t want to miss the opportunity to recommend some of them to you since, if you come on vacation to the island, it will be the kind of plan you’ll never forget.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a journey full of gleaming stalactites, majestic stalagmites, and mysterious underground lakes. From the famous Cuevas del Drach to the lesser-known but equally impressive Cuevas de Génova.

Here are 5 options for you to prepare the excursion you like the most:

Cuevas del Drach:

Located on the east coast of Mallorca, near the town of Porto Cristo, the Cuevas del Drach are the most famous caves on the island. It has four large interconnected caves extending to a depth of 25 metres. The highlight of the visit is an impressive underground lake called Lago Martel, some 115 metres long, which can be crossed by boat at the end of the daily live classical music concerts.

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Cuevas de Hams:

Another underground marvel in the Porto Cristo area: the Cuevas de Hams. Discovered in 1905, they offer a spectacular visit starting with an immense botanical garden and ending in the Classic Cave, composed of 12 galleries, where you’ll find the Sea of Venice lake, offering a musical spectacle.

In 1910, they were opened to the public, becoming the first visitable caves in Spain. During the visit, tour guides often perform lighting demonstrations to highlight the beauty of the rock formations.

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Cuevas de Artà:

Located on the northeast coast of the island, near the town of Artà, the Cuevas de Artà, are known for their spectacular rock formations and large underground chambers.

The cave amazes with the immense 22-meter-high stalagmite (one of the largest in Europe) hidden within. Additionally, the cave features magnificent stone forests and the unforgettable “El Infierno” hall, which offers a light and sound show.

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Cuevas de Campanet:

These caves are located in the Campanet region, in the north of Mallorca. They were discovered by chance in 1945 during a search for water and are known for their impressive stalactites and stalagmites, as well as for their easy access, making them ideal for visitors of all ages.

In addition to exploring the caves, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area from the surrounding area.

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Cuevas de Génova:

Situated near Palma, the capital of Mallorca, the Cueves de Génova make for an excellent choice, particularly for city-dwellers.

Discovered in 1906, these caves are the smallest in Mallorca, yet they offer a captivating experience for visitors, boasting unique rock formations and a tranquil, serene ambiance.

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In each of these caves, guided tours are available, offering insights into the caves’ geology and history, while also allowing visitors to marvel at the stunning natural formations within.

Prior to planning your visit, it’s essential to take note of the opening hours and any access restrictions in place.

We hope you have found it helpful!

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