Dry or aquatic caves: discovering the gems of Mallorca

Mallorca, the Mediterranean island known for its white sandy beaches and mountainous landscapes, also hides treasures beneath its crystal clear waters. Caving offers a unique opportunity to explore the island's spectacular caves, where impressive rock formations and colourful await the adventurous. In this article, we literally dive into the depths of Mallorca to discover these hidden treasures.
1. The Blue Cave (Cova des Coloms):

The Blue Cave, also known as Cova des Coloms, is one of Mallorca's most popular destinations for sea caving enthusiasts and the only one open to public. Located on the southwest coast of the island, the cave takes its name from the deep blue waters that dazzle visitors. Visitors can explore the magnificent rock tunnels and admire the hypnotic reflections of sunlight filtering through the water.

Access to the blue cave is from Monday to Friday.

Cova coloms
Höhlen Formationen
2. Cova Tancada, a dry cave in Alcudia

Cova Tancada is a cave located in the town of Alcudia. Far from any mass-tourism attraction, it's a moment out of the time where you will discover a gem of Mallorca. Guided by our staff and fully equiped, you start by a little hike where you will discover this virgin area and then explore the geology of this cave. In these field trip, you will be amazed by the diversity of old stalactites, stalagmites, and spectacular rock formations that the island has to offer.