Mallorca caves

Majorca Drach Caves

Drach Caves

Located in Porto Cristo, Drach Caves are undoubtedly the most popular on the island of Mallorca. Since 1935, they have been offering visitors a one-kilometer journey through 6 inland lakes. There are amazing places like the Theater of the Fairies or the Bath of the Dianas. At the end of the visit, you will attend a classical music concert with light games on Lake Martel.

Website: http://www.cuevasdeldrach.com/

Majorca Hams Caves

Hams Caves

Located in Porto Cristo, its name comes from its pecualiars formations with hooks forms, “hams” in local language.

They were discovered in 1905, and in 1910 they were opened to the public (first in Spain). The Redonda Cave, where the tour begins, the Azul Cave, where an audiovisual show is offered, the Clásica Cave, composed of 12 galleries, and the underground lake Venecia Sea, where a musical show is offered.

Website: https://cuevasdelshams.com/

Majorca Arta Caves

Artá Caves

This work of art of nature can be visited on foot through a kilometer and a half of natural galleries. Incredibly large stalagmites (some up to about 22 meters). Many historical figures have visited this cave, such as Victor Hugo or Jules Verne.

Website: https://cuevasdearta.com/