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Sorbas Caves

The Caves of Sorbas, are located in the Gypsum Karst Natural Park of Sorbas, a landscape of surface and underground rock formations, which was declared a Natural Area of Protection in 1989. For centuries mineral water has been slowly dripping from the overhead rocks forming what we know as stalactites, which hang from the cave ceiling, it is from these drips on contact with the cavern floor that the stalagmites rock formations have grown vertically from the ground. Where the stalactites and stalagmites meet, they have form cohesive columns of rock blocking off cavities holding internal gypsum crystal formations, like treasure caves. This is a subterranean world and one of the geological jewels of Andalucia. The Caves of Sorbas, are located in the Gypsum Karst Natural Park of Sorbas, a landscape of surface and underground rock formations, which was declared a Natural Area of Protection in 1989. For centuries mineral water has been slowly dripping from the overhead rocks forming what we know as stalactites, which hang from the cave ceiling, Duration: One a half hour.

Start/opening time: At 11am, 1pm, 4pm and 6pm from September to June. At 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 7pm July and August.

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