The caves of Génova sometimes pass unnoticed by the tourists who spend their holidays in Majorca. However these caves have a peculiarity which distinguishes them from the rest in the island: they are ‘’coraloides’’ formations (from coral) formed by magnesium.

They are located in the Palma district of Génova, well known for being one of the best places to sample Majorcan cuisine and very popular among local residents.

These caves were discovered in 1906 during the construction of a large cistern in this area. There are guided tours and the walk has a drop of 36 meters below ground level.

Admission: EUR 9.

Opening times: April to October 13.30 to 18.00. November to March 10.00 to 13.00 and 16.00 to 17.30



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