Caves of Sant Miquel. Can Marça

The Caves of Sant Miquel are legendary formations used by smugglers and pirates

The Caves Of the Port Of Sant Miquel are known As The Caves of Can Marçà. Although they are exploited by a private company and do not appear in the places recommended by the official organisms, these caves are one of the greatest geological discoveries of the island. To get to the cave we must take the direction to the port of Sant Miquel, and when you get to the Club San Miguel, take the road to the right that goes up to the top. After Parking We can head to the entrance to the caves. From There we can contemplate the port of Sant Miquel from the viewpoint, and the Murada Island, where there is a unique lizard in its species. We can Also find one of the most luxurious and expensive islands in the world, after passing the beach of Es Pas de S’Illa.
Cueva de San Miguel

Smugglers Cave

Returning to the cave, access is made by guided tour through a rock-hewn path. The access gives spectacular views of the cliff on which it stands. Already in the cave, more than one hundred thousand years old, we find a universe of stalactites and water. Some of these areas, already fossilized, offer an impressive spectacle of hundreds of teeth emerging from the roof. Many sections of the cave are unexplored due to the narrowness of the openings. In Some areas we can see graffiti on the walls. These graffiti were used by smugglers to find alternative routes out of the cave when there was a record. The goods are raised from the sea to an outward-made outlet. Finally, the show of the artificial waterfall, with audiovisual spectacle included, and the natural illuminated lagoons, that impress the Spectator.

Other places to discover in the vicinity of the cave of Sant Miquel

From the caves of Sant Miquel will be able access to places of cultural interest

Museo Arqueologico

Torre des Molar At 953 meters

Next to the port of Sant Miquel, we find the Torre des Molar, part of the island’s defense project.

Madina Yabisa

Sant Miquel Church 3 Km Away

This Church-Fortification dates from the official version of the 17TH century, although many authors date their construction in the 13TH century, based on the foundations of earlier constructions.

Museo Arte Contemporaneo

Statue of Marià Villangómez 3 Km Away

Marià Villangómez (1913-2002) was one of the most important writers of Ibizan literature.

Other places to discover in the surroundings of the Caves of Sant Miquel

San Miguel

Sant Miquel

Sant Miquel is a small village, almost hamlet, located halfway between Sant Joan, municipality to which it belongs, and Sant Antoni.

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

Sant Llorenç de Balàfia, or San Lorenzo, is a rural population, with practically no urban nucleus, located in the municipality of Sant Joan.

Iglesia de San Juan

Sant Joan

Sant Joan de Labritja is located in the far north of the island, in one of the most unspoilt and unknown areas of the island.

Beaches near the Caves of Sant Miquel

Next to the Plaza de la Catedral, we will be able to enjoy the views to the beaches of the city Of Ibiza.

Puerto de San Miguel

The Port of San Miguel is located in the far north of the island, in the municipality of Sant Joan.

Cala Moltons

Cala Moltens is a cove to the north of the island, in the municipality of Sant Joan.

Cala Benirras

We Can Find the cove of Benirràs in the municipality of Sant Joan, between the towns of Sant Miquel and Sant Joan, taking the road that joins both parishes.

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