Discover the underworld of the island of Ibiza.
Cova de Can Marçà is located in the north of the island near Port de san miguel around 20 km from Eivissa and 25 km from Sant Antoni.
The cave is located in a natural environment with incomparable views of the bay, with the Murada and Ferradura islands in front. The Cova de Can Marçà is one of the main tourist attractions of Ibiza, being undoubtedly the most important on the island. The whims of nature have left us some amazing formations, lakes and surroundings for their beauty.
The visitor will enjoy about 40 minutes of travel in a natural setting with effects of water, light and sound. The smugglers were the first to use the cave to deposit their merchandise. Today you can still distinguish the black and red marks that marked the entry and exit of it.
The cave is open to the public and fully equipped for your visit since the early eighties. One of the main attractions of the cave is the light and sound show that accompanies a waterfall that reproduces what once was natural.
Entrance to the caves costs: €10.50 for adults / €6.50 for children.