Caves in Mallorca

There are over 200 cave systems around the island of Mallorca, but many have not yet been properly explored, and there must be many more still waiting to be found. There are lot of underwater caves in Mallorca and many dive companies offer trips into these caves. Limestone and sandstone is ideal for the formation of caves and Mallorca has plenty of it. A few cave complexes are open to the public and here is our top three.

The caves of the Dragon is the most beautiful and most visited here in the island. These caves has several lakes, including one of the largest underground lakes in the world. The Caves of Campanet are situated in the north of Mallorca and cover a surface area of approximately 3,200 square metres at a depth of 50 metres. Caves of Arta has some stunning formations here, including a 22 metre high stalagmite. The various chambers has Dantesque names: Hell, Purgatory or Paradise.

Pirata

Pirate cave

The pirate cave (cova des Pirata) also known as pirate grotto, is a stalactite cave situated on the east coast of Mallorca. The pirate cave is location near the sea and it is connected to the caves...