Dígame - The Mallorca Guide
Where:
Ctra Cuevas s/n
Porto Cristo
www.cuevasdeldrach.com/
cuevasdeldrach@cuevasdeldrach.com

Open: Every day of the week - Tours at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00h, 17:00 h.
Activity Type: Outdoors
Suitable for: All ages (free for 8 years)

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Caves de Drach

One of the most beautiful and adventurous places to see on the island. Thousands of visitors a year flock to these caves to see the fantastic rock and limestone formations that have been over 300 million years in the making!!

At the Caves de Drach you get to experience the amazing world that is right underneath our feet. 

Journey through more than a mile of mysterious caverns in this underground expedition where rock formations reach down from the ceilings of the cave and grow up from the floors.

The caves consist of 12 main areas, with other impressive chambers such as the Black Cave, the White Cave, and the Luis Salvator Cave.

Luis Salvator was the Archduke of Austria who encouraged French geologist Edouard-Alfred Martel to explore the caves in 1896. Enjoy a walk through the caves which ends at the fantastic Lago de Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world.

A backdrop of amazing lights creates the perfect atmosphere for enjoying a lakeside concert which is held in the specially constructed auditorium.

Children and adults alike will be amazed at the caves and it’s a great activity to do if the weather is not great as well.

Activity Types

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Kip McGrath Education Centre Mallorca

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