Access to the cave is limited, with the aim of preserving this much appreciated natural monument as best as possible. Therefore, if you are interested in visiting it, we recommend that you reserve your tickets in advance to avoid any surprises.
The route in the cave is about 1,300 metres long, although the caves are longer. It is not a route that involves any difficulty, so anyone can do it. However, it is advisable to wear comfortable, non-slip footwear, as well as light clothing. The temperature (between 15 and 18ºC) and humidity conditions (up to 98% humidity) can be uncomfortable if you are not prepared. If your visit is during summertime, the caves will provide a pleasant oasis to get away from the high temperatures outside.
To fully enjoy your visit, we recommend that you take a guided tour, so that a person with in-depth knowledge of the place can talk to you about it and tell you everything you need to know.