caves


This cave is located in the Grazalema Natural Park and is an underground river tour. It is one of the most important caves in Andalucia with lakes, potholes and waterfalls. It has a slope of minus 219m and covers a distance of 4.5km north to south flowing into the River Guadiaro. It's a lovely day even just outside the cave entrance.



This cave was discovered in 1905 in the mountainous region of Ronda in the municipality of Benaojan. The importance of the paintings here meant it was declared a National Monument in 1924. There are large spaces, a cyrstal lake and the Great Chasm looking into the abyss at the bottom. The oldest paintings are animals and signs first dating back to 30,000BC.



St Michael's Cave is an amazing natural phenomenon which is thought to be bottomless. It is located within the Upper Rock Nature Reserve and to enter you must first purchase a ticket for the Nature Reserve which will also gain you entrance into other sites. This can also be purchased with your Cable Car ticket.