Came here on a tour with a guide which worked out really well for us. Our guide was able to tell a bit about the history as well as the geology of the caves. They're about 45 minutes drive from Malaga and well worth the effort. There are a few steps inside but nothing too taxing for ten average person.... 更多
Can a cave be exciting? That was my initial though and entering with not too high expectations, I entered and saw an fairly moderate cave.. but that was just the initial entrance after a bit of walking on a very good concrete pedestrian walkway we enter the main halls and man they are breathtaking, you must see this if you... 更多
a lovely lovely place to visit. There is a fair price to visit the cave but I can assure you'll need it when it's super hot outside! Inside the cave there is a nice chill that revitalises you in the August month especially ;-p it's an incredible experience anyway, as the cave is massive, if you're lucky to go and... 更多
These caves are one of coolest natural structures you will see. We couldn't see the painting though due to bad weather(they said)... The staff was friendly but beware if you use flash for photography... We heard some harsh things being said to flash photographers. 9 Euros for entry maybe steep for some
Having visited several caves before I thought I knew what to expect. However, these caves are something else, vast and beautiful. They contain the tallest column of stalactites in Europe. Very safe to walk through too.
We attended a wedding here, unfortunately it rained but the place looked lovely. we had a meal inside in a beautiful room. drinks weren't too expensive although not enough staff to serve the crowd. we will be back in august to visit the actual caves and eat in the restaurant the views are amazing
We visited during a quiet week in March, so there were no crowds. The caves are phenomenal. The scale and size are quite overwhelming. I thought the audio narration on the headphones was interesting and worth the extra Euros to rent. The only disappointment is that the cave paintings are to fragile to visit in person. We found the trip... 更多
This is the best that I have visited. Spectacular limestone caverns and well worth the 9€ entrance fee. Have taken various family members over the years. Check opening times though. Was closed between 2pm and 4pm this month (April) and can be busy so you may have a queue to tolerate.
I visited in early spring 2015. It was not high season, yet the cave was crowded. I find the entrance fee is a bit overpriced, yet if you slightly like caves and geological things it definitely deserves a visit.
I have never been in caves before as I am usually scared of that sort of thing. I am so glad I did. Was really interested and looked amazing inside. We walked up from nerja, was only about 20 mins there and back and was quite flat walk. It had bn raining so was something for us to do other... 更多
Getting there is awful. Told lies about times by bus company woman at Malaga Bus Station. Yes. She lied??? Why? I do not know. Waited at bus station for one and a half hours for non-existent buses. Eventually it came. So. The cavs are not open between 2 and 4 which nobody told us anything about. So we wait some... 更多
The caves at Nerja are genuinely impressive and well worth the 9 Euro entry fee. Plenty of parking was available that only cost 1 Euro (on exit). Top tip: try to avoid 'key' holiday periods - we went during the Easter holidays and it was absolutely packed!! I'm sure that it would have been a lot more atmospheric without the... 更多
I thought I should visit as I was staying just down the road, and I was glad that I did. The caves are lovely and quite impressive - and I loved the delicate tracery effect of some of the stalagmites. On the downside - its quite expensive for something that doesn't take long to see, and even out of season... 更多
My boyfriend and I have had the caves recommend to us on several occasions and went up this afternoon to finally check it out. At nine euros per adult it hardly breaks the bank and audio tours are available for a mere €2.50 each. The caves are glorious, really amazing to see. There are a lot of steps to walk... 更多
My girlfriend and I had been staying in the nearby village of Maro and had the caves recommended to us on several occasions. We arrived at 12:30 and were told we couldn't enter until 1:00 when large school groups were going in. The caves I must say we're truly spectacular but the whole experience was somewhat spoiled by the attitude... 更多