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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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Excellent. Caves are awe inspiring. You can buy tickets at the location but we chose to pre book on the Internet to make sure we got the guided tour in English, not just the audio guide which you can go round with. Easy bus ride...More
I had no expectations about what to expect when we drove there, and I was blown away by the spectacle of the caves. They are utterly massive and I’ve never seen caves as incredible as these before.
We paid for the English guided tour which...More
Came today to show friends who are visiting Nerja. The whole experience is very rushed, the caves poorly illuminated and we were escorted by a very bored guide who obviously didn’t want to be there. Not really recommend - a shame as the caves of...More
We chose to take the 'night' tour, which was basically after the daytime tours had finished, and there were just nine of us in the group so nice and intimate. The caves were in darkness and we all had head lamps to see around. Our...More
This is a great differentiation to the beaches, monuments and markets that you typically explore in a new city. Very unique in their natural formation, these caves were home to the pre-historic people for umpteen number of years. The audio guides are very good and...More
A ten minute bus journey from Nerja bus station and you are at the caves. The access / ticket purchase is straight forward and the loos clean. The upper area is wheel chair friendly though there is no evidence the caves themselves are. The caves...More
Stunning and beautiful wonder under the earth. Intriguing other worldliness of the wonderland under the earth. I am scared of heights and at times the caves are 30 metres deep but the paths are wide and the railings made me feel safe. Do n't miss...More
These Caves were recommended to us and were well worth the trip. Beware though when we went there we were dropped off during siesta. It was closed for 2 hours and we had to hang around for a long time. However the caves were everything...More
My family and I recently went to visit the caves at Nerja and really enjoyed the experience. The entrance was 15 euros per adult with a reduction of 2 euros for pensioners if they had their Junta de Andalucia ID card (I don't know if...More
You can travel on a little road train from behind the church in the Balcon - easily found. Tickets cost €15 for adults but am unsure how much for children. This includes the ride, cave entry fee plus entrance to the small... More
You can travel on a little road train from behind the church in the Balcon - easily found. Tickets cost €15 for adults but am unsure how much for children. This includes the ride, cave entry fee plus entrance to the small museum in the town. Everything ran to time and we thoroughly enjoyed the visit. The caves are vast with hundreds of steps to climb up and down!
We visited in April and I wrote a review.