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- Cheaper than door prices
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The Campanet Caves are totally natural and are located in the hill of San Miguel (Sierra de Tramuntana, World Heritage). The Campanet Caves are especially known for their exuberant natural ornamentation and for being the least crowded caves on the island. For this reason, you will be able to enjoy the peace and the fascinating views offered by this place. The visit inside the caves is always organized in small groups.
You will follow the route through the caves, marvelling as you see amazing rock formations and stalactites and stalagmites with spectacular lighting creating a mysterious air. You will feel like you have been transported to another underground world, far removed from the bright sunshine you left outside.
The caves are open all year:
The visits take place in small groups and there could be a wait of up to 30 minutes.
The Campanet Caves are located in the Northwest of Mallorca, near Sa Pobla. At the bottom of this page you can see a map of the location of the caves. To get to the caves there are different options:
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Great caves. We did well getting online tickets, as the queue was very long and people were having to wait. We were allowed to join the next visit available. The wait wouldn't have been a problem anyway, as the setting is absolutely gorgeous.
These caves are amazing , if you're looking for a day out this is the place . There's a cafe and gift shop with nice views . The tour guide was really good she new many languages to accommodate all guests.
Well worth a visit. The admission charge of 15 Euros per adult is reasonable given the unhurried tour by a very knowledgeable guide. The paths throughout are nicely laid out to get the best views of the well lit, spectacular formations. Photography is not allowed but it's quite easy to take a few sneaky snaps if you hang back from the group!