Coves de Gènova

Cave in Gènova

Discovered in 1906, these caves are worth a visit, their chambers dripping with curlicued stalactites and studded with pinnacled stalagmites. You descend 36m, and see all sorts of fanciful, backlit shapes. The temperature is always around 20°C in the caves, where water has been dripping away for many millennia to create these natural 'sculptures'. Take bus 46 from Palma or Cala Major, alight at Camí dels Reis 19, and walk 300m.

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