One of the main attractions of Ibiza are its coasts, some of them very paradisiacal on the shores of the Mediterranean. In addition, next to them we can find wonderful caves.
Ibiza has a wide variety of caves of different sizes, landscapes and, above all, curiosities, since some of them, for many years, have been used as homes. Would you like to visit these caves? Then keep reading this article.
What caves should you visit in Ibiza?
Cave of Can Marçà
Located to the north of the island, this cave is located near some cliffs called San Miguel. Can Marçà’s cave has more than 100,000 years that originated thanks to the telluric faults.
Before entering this cave, we recommend that you stop for a few minutes to contemplate the sea views from the viewpoint in which it is located. In addition, it has a nice terrace, the perfect excuse to drink something and mitigate the heat.
If you decide to enter, you will make a tour of about 40 minutes through waterfalls, streams, small lakes, stalactites and stalagmites. All this tour will culminate in a light and sound show.
Cave of light
Located in the northern part of the island, this underwater cave is difficult to access both by sea and land since access to its entrance is necessary by an unmarked road through a fenced forest, an experience for more adventurous!
One of the curiosities of this cave is that it has an inverted cone shape, so to get out of it you must do with diving equipment, for this reason, if you are not an expert diver, we recommend that you hire a team of guides.
Cave of Culleram
Located 150 meters above the sea and 20 minutes by car from our hotel Insotel Fenicia Prestige Suites & Spa, this cave was used as a sanctuary to venerate Tanit, Carthaginian goddess of fertility.
Today, it is owned by the Consell de Ibiza, its entrance is free and can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 2pm from April to October.
If you are planning a few days in a 4 star hotel in Ibiza… we are waiting for you in one of our 3 4 star hotels located a few meters from the sea!