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Lower St Michael’s Cave

‘Mons Calpe’ as Gibraltar was known to the Romans, translates to ‘Hollow Mountain’ and a more apt description there couldn’t be. Gibraltar is full of Caves and manmade tunnels – with more roads inside the Rock then out.

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Groups are a maximum of 12 people and minimum of 5. Should your group not reach 5 you may be paired with others undertaking the activity to make the minimum requirement. Bookings will be on a first come first serve basis.

Meeting Point: St Michael’s Cave

Ticket Price: £30

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Explore Gibraltar’s most beautiful natural cave by tour – Lower St Michael’s Cave was discovered in 1942 by the Royal Engineers while blasting an alternate entrance to St Michael’s Cave.

This cavern is remarkable for three reasons: the size of the main chambers, the profusion and variety of calcite formations, and finally – a lake of crystal-clear water, nearly forty yards long estimated to hold 45,000 gallons.


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