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Surprising visit. Amazing!

Not to be missed. A visit for only 4 people at a time. Narrow places and impressive carvings... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2016
Santander, Spain
Cave worth a visit

We booked this on line not knowing what to expect. At 3 euros each we thought we would give it a... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2015
Alison P
Melbourne, Australia
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5 Jul 2016
“Surprising visit. Amazing!”
8 Oct 2015
“Cave worth a visit”
A well known cave in Cantabria, now open to visitors in groups of 4. Cave paintings and etchings, stalagmites and stalagtites and more. Beautiful intimate cave in a beautiful valley.
Tarriba-san Felices de Buelna, San Felices De Buelna, Spain
+34 942 59 84 25
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Reviewed 5 July 2016

Not to be missed. A visit for only 4 people at a time. Narrow places and impressive carvings. Thanks to a great guide, Susa! Unforgettable visit!

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Reviewed 8 October 2015

We booked this on line not knowing what to expect. At 3 euros each we thought we would give it a try. Bit of a steep walk up to the cave. There was one other person on the tour. The guide spoke reasonable English and...More

2  Thank Alison P
Reviewed 4 September 2015

We visited the cave as a small group and had an outstanding visit with Susanna, our guide. She welcomed us to the cave, spoke English with us, and most of all shared her enthusiasm for rock art. She patiently and enthusiastically shared all of the...More

1  Thank LGVG
Reviewed 18 August 2015

Well my iPhone tried to lead us astray whilst finding this cave, but we finally found it. A short hike up a hill to the entrance. This was one of our favorite caves because the groups are so small and limited. You are given a...More

1  Thank sixteencmg
Reviewed 16 June 2015

A hefty climb to get to the entrance, but well worthwhile. I was fortunate enough to be the only one on the tour so the guide relished the practice he had speaking English, which he did very well. Was given a torch, and the cave...More

1  Thank dave s
Reviewed 1 July 2014

Cuevas Hornos de la Pena contains several etchings of prehistoric animals cut into the cave walls by some of our earliest European ancestors. The cave is not outfitted with lights, so you use flashlights (torches as they are known in the UK). This gives the...More

2  Thank Dallasbirder
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