The caves are nestled in the small hill known as Cerro Romperropas or Cerro del Aguila (Hill of the Eagle in English), which gives name to the caves. The limestone rock is hidden by the oak forest that covers the hill, which makes the underground landscape we are going to discover even more surprising.
Tours to the caves is done on foot, so it is advisable to wear appropriate footwear due to the high degree of humidity. There are some descriptive boards at the entrance with complementary information for the visitors.
A supervisor/guide joins the visitors through this fascinating underground world, providing them with information about the discovery and unique formations of this amazing karst cavity, unparalleled to any other in the Iberian Peninsula.
The caves are open to the public every day of the year, with a course of 1000 meters that lasts approximately 40 minutes. Admissions costs 8€, you can buy them both online and on-site. For children under 5, the entrance is free.