Caves are the natural formations which are formed by the weathering of rock underground. Some caves may have biological importance, some are ecologically important, whatever may be the reason we find very interesting to explore caves whenever and where ever we find them. Isn't it??? Yes. We EeYuva today have come with one such cave which is very beautiful in its look and also home to a lake within it.
Are you wondered, how there would be a lake inside the cave??? To clarify all your dilemmas and doubts please go through this article which will direct you with the complete details of the cave. Here we go...
The cave which we are talking is located in Spain. There are four interconnected caves in Spain which are called by the name Darch Caves aka Cuevas del Drach.
Located on the coast of Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain these caves are now the most visiting caves and also become the loved spot for the Spain locals.
These caves are about 1,200 metres in length and 25m in depth below the ground level. They are located in the municipality of Manacor, Porto Cristo. Many researchers performed different researches to find out the origin of these caves but ended up with failure.
The most beautiful lake which is flowing in these caves is Martel Lake. The visitors are allowed to travel on the lake with the help of boats and there will be a live music concert inside the cave.
Imagine a beautiful scene where you are travelling in a boat and you are surrounded by impeccable rock formations along with melodious music!!!! That feeling would be out of the world right??? Experience that cloud nine feeling by reaching out this place.
As soon as you enter the caves you will get to see a flag, and the turquoise Martel lake which is superbly attracting, the roof of the cave grows every 1 cm within 100 years.
The surrounding area of the caves are decorated up with beautiful picnic areas, you will find many food areas to have some delicious food and so on….
We find these caves are captivating to visit… Book your tickets to Spain, enjoy the marvellous locations in Spain along with these caves.
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