Caves in Spain Worthy of a Visit
Spanish Caves Fancy a little adventure on your next Spanish vacation then Spain is a country with many caves to explore a few Spanish Caves.
The famous Canalobre Costa Blanca Busot Caves or in English, Candelabra Caves, are located about 3 kilometres from the village, on the slopes of the golden hill, at a height of 700 metres.
The caves comprise a spectacular cavern with curious limestone formations that are quite awe inspiring, and indeed, many of the formations resemble candelabras, as suggested by the name given to the cave.
Nearly all the caves in the Murcia Region are formed by limestone or dolomite, which results in the large number of cavities catalogued.
The longest-stretching cave is the Cueva del Puerto, in Calasparra, in which some 5 kilometres have been mapped.
Some of the caverns are open for guided tours; the rest can be explored by groups of cavers accompanied by guides.
These magnificent Nerja Caves — Cuevas de Nerja — are a series of huge caverns stretching for over four kilometres and feature amongst the top tourist attractions in Spain.
A trip to Andalucía would not be complete without a visit to the Nerja Caves, one of Spain’s most popular and spectacular historical sites.
| The Moorish caves of Bocairent
The Moorish caves of the small mountain village of Bocairent situated in the Valencian community. The Moorish caves consist of around 50 manmade caves that date back to medieval times set into a rock face some 300 meters from the village.
| Rojales Artistes caves.
Near Quesada Alicante
The artists caves in Rojales are well worth a visit if you’ve never been.
Called ‘Cuevas del Rodeo’ they are situated on the hillside above the town, alongside the primary school and are signposted ‘Cuevas del Rodeo’ from many points in the town. Caves of the Dragon and Hams Mallorca Island
In Porto Cristo, on the east coast of Mallorca, there are two caves: Cuevas dels Hams and Cuevas del Drach, cavern of the dragon.
Introduction to Paleolithic Cave Paintings in Northern Spain Color Edition (Paleolithic Arts in Northern Spain)
From 1997 to 2004, we executed Photographic VR shooting of Palaeolithic cave paintings in 23 major caves and about 150 Mobile Arts in 5 museums in Northern Spain as a co-project between the University of Cantabria, Spain and Texnai, Inc., Japan and the result was published in Spanish and English in 2003 by GOBIERNO de CANTABRIA as “ARTE PALEOLITICO EN LA REGION CANTABRICA, PALAEOLITHIC ARTS IN NORTHERN SPAIN” with a DVD ROM of the image database. This book is published based on these book and database in POD(Publishing On Demand) format. For this publishing, the images of cave paintings and mobile arts are scheduled to be published as the catalog editions in POD so that readers are able to see those images without PC.
Go Karting in Spain a guide to where they
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