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Cuevas dels Hams

  • Duration: 1h
  • Audio guide in English and 11 other languages
  • Live guide in Spanish
  • Entrance to the Cuevas dels Hams caves (Round, Blue, and Classic)
  • Entrance to the botanic garden
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About: Cuevas dels Hams

Cuevas dels Hams is a cave that dates back 10 million years. It's located about one kilometer from Porto Cristo, Majorca, Spain.

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Cuevas dels Hams
Ctra. Ma-4020 Manacor–Porto Cristo, Km. 11, 07680, Porto Cristo
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