Las Cuevas de Nerja is a collection of caverns in Nerja, Province of Malaga, Spain that stretch 3.1 miles. It is said the caves contain Neanderthal cave paintings. The caves are a popular tourist attraction and considered to be a Historical Artistic Monument.
The caves have two natural entrance points. One is a natural sinkhole called "La Mina." A third entrance was created for concert goers to enter the caves and experience Nerja's natural amphitheater.
Divided into two sections, the first section contains show galleries and points of interest such as the Hall of the Tusk. Only the first section is open to the public.Places nearby:
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