Halfway between reality and fiction on a magical island
Throughout its history, the island of Ibiza has been a land of mystery, shrouded in legend. The cave of Can Marçà is an old refuge for pirates, buccaneers and smugglers.
From the entrance to the cave there is a magnificent view over the bay of Port San Miguel. The cave is extremely interesting from a geological standpoint. It has an area of 8,500 m² and features numerous different cave formations: stalactites, stalagmites, columns and helictites, as well as chambers known by names such as the Entrance, the Temple, the Buddha room and the Waterfall hall. A tour of the interior of the cave lasts about 35 minutes and covers a distance of approximately 350 metres. It is suitable for all kinds of visitors.