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Nerja Cave

Local name: Cueva de Nerja

The Cueva de Nerja Pub Services Foundation manages the largest cave in Andalusia - Nerja. It stretches over almost 5,000 meters, where tunnels fall to 68 meters. There are three entrances to the cave, guided tours are organized. It is worth seeing the unique rock formation, cave formations and in particular the largest stalagmite, which is 32 meters high. Every year, a classical music festival is organized in the cave.

The Foundation also runs the Nerja Museum, which presents collections regarding history as well as natural and cultural heritage. It hosts artistic events, theater performances, literary evenings, exhibitions and various types of workshops.
Nerja Cave was accidentally discovered by a group of boys playing in 1959. Archaeological research has shown numerous finds in the form of ceramics, stone tools and burial traces. It is estimated that this place has been inhabited since 25,000 BC

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Carretera de Bajada a Playa de Maro s/n29787 Nerja, Spain