The island of Majorca It has about 800 caves. Only five of them have been prepared to receive tourist visits. The caves are:
The Artà Cave, is in Cadepera and is one of the highest in Europe. Its star is a stalactite called “the queen of the columns. With 20 meters in length. Admission is € 10 and children under 6, free.
The Campanet Caves. They are located on the Palma-Port d’Alcúdia road, km 39. They have numerous cavities, with an area of 3,200 square meters. Open daily, in summer from 10 to 19 hours and in winter from 10 to 18 hours. The visit lasts approximately 45 minutes. The entrance fee is € 9 and the reduced € 2.50.
The Drac Caves They are close to Porto Cristo. They are the best known. One of the most prominent cavities is Lake Martel, where a short musical concert is offered. The visit lasts about an hour. General admission costs € 8.50. Opens daily, has 4 to 7 daily visits, depending on the time of year.
The Genoa caves they are in the Carrer del Barranc, 45 of Genoa. They are 36 meters deep. Since water leaks are constant, stalactites and stalagmites have capricious forms. The visit lasts about 35 minutes. They open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 and 13:30 and from 16 to 19 hours in summer. During the winter from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The general admission price is € 8 and children € 3.50.
The Hams CaveIt is on the Porto Cristo-Manacor road. It offers a guided tour of 40 minutes through the cavities and in the underground lake you will enjoy a musical concert. General admission costs € 12. Open daily between 10:30 AM and 5:00 PM in summer and from 11:30 PM in winter.