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Cova de Can Marca Caves, San Miguel

Discover the subterranean world of Ibiza in the north east of the island

These caves date back 100,000 years and contain various fossils and bone remains.

Originally discovered by smugglers who first used it to hide their contraband, the red and black markers on the walls as their in and out arrows are still visible. With numerous underground water courses, today these waterfalls and pools are fossilised.

Visitors can enjoy a 40 minute guided tour through the caves involving a light show in the waterfall.

Visitor comments

  • "Been to loads of caves and these ones were one of my favourites, with stunning views walking to them and inside they were beautiful." - Trip Advisor
  • "Well worth a visit, a real hidden gem. A bit awkward if you are not steady on your feet. Lots of stairs. The caves are really beautiful and the light and sound part is worth the entry fee alone." - Trip Advisor
  • "These caves are beautiful. The walk down to the caves is well worth it, amazing coastal views as you climb stairs down to cave entrance. Once inside you will not be disappointed and the light show is the icing on the cake! Brilliant tour guide. In the summer this will definitely be the coolest place in Ibiza!!" - Trip Advisor

When to come

The caves are open all year round and every day. Summer from 10:30 to 20:00 and winter from 11:00 to 18:00.

How to get passes

Tickets cost 10.50€. Reduced to 6.50€ for children 4 to 12 years old.


  • Port de Sant Miguel
  • 07815


North East Ibiza, Ibiza

Map of the surrounding area