Visit the Caves of Génova
The Caves of Génova were discovered in 1906 by accident, when a well was being excavated on the same land. They constitute a fascinating natural legacy, sculpted in the rock, drop by drop over centuries.
In prehistoric times, Mallorca’s caves served as a natural refuge and habitat. Today, on one of the guided visits we can see how the drops of water has sculpted the caves over the centuries. In the interior of the caves we find enormous cúpulas, majestic columns, natural pools and even tunnels.
After several years closed, the Caves of Génova have reopened their doors to the public and are now the caves closest to Palma that are visitable. The caves are especially accessible to people staying in the neighborhood of Génova, close to Palma.
Combine this amazing experience with our Tapas Tasting in Our Restaurant “Ses coves de Génova”
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- Tickets to the Caves
- Guided tour in small groups
- Tuesday to Sunday from 11 Hrs until 17 Hrs
Winter 2021-2022 (November-March):
- Monday to Thursday from 11 Hrs. until 14 Hrs.
- Friday to Sunday from 11 Hrs, until 17 Hrs.
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Changes are possible for this ticket