The stunning caves at Sant Josep represent as the longest navigatable under gound river in Europe with depths of upto 8 meters in sections.
A tour (approx 45 mins) is available partly by a non-powered boat where your guide (with limited English) will take you through the caves but beware as you will need to duck down when prompted due tight spaces before opening out to a larger cave known as the "Catheral".
Part of the tour is then on foot (by yourselves) through the caves which are sympethetically lighted to allow vision while interesting rock formations have been given names like the "jelly-fish" or the "Devils Head" before rejoining your boat to return to the enterance.
Fantastic caves but please note that due to having to bend down, tight spaces and some uneven floors, this would not be for everyone or those with restricted mobility.
Cafes, WC's and shops also available on site. Well worth the effort but note no photography is allowed in the caves.
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