After visiting various coves and picturesque places in Menorca, we arrived at this cave carved into a spectacular cliff. From there, you have the best views of the ocean, sunset, moon, and stars.
Since the cave is currently a mix
This place will leave you with your mouth open, and even more if you knew that before it used to be a dump, and then César Manrique said that he would transform it into the most visited place in Lanzarote. Some said he was crazy, but
Sardinia, a Fiat and a sunny day ... Along the coast of Alghero, we thought we could not find more beautiful views of the coast that came our way. But what a surprise when we got to climb the northwest tip of the island, Capo Caccia.
This cave was opened to the public in 2005, but it was really discovered in 1908. It's one of those places where nature goes on a whim and uses only water to create dazzling rock formations.
The Soplao cave has the highest
One of my favorite things about traveling is the element of surprise. No matter how well planned a journey is, there will always be something, a little corner or landscape waiting to be discovered.
The surprise of the day was the
The cave of Nerja are also known as the Natural Cathedral Costa del Sol. This spot is about five kilometers away from the center of Nerja. Stresses the Bethlehem Chamber, the Chamber of Ghosts, the Board of the Pillars of Hercules,
Though I wasn't that impressed with Kuala Lumpur, this extraordinary place made the trip worth it. The Batu Caves offers the best of both worlds: a scenic a majestic setting and interesting, moving religious services. It's set in a
About 7 kilometers away from Ribadesella (in Asturias) is where you'll find the town Cuevas del Agua. This village's special feature is getting there. You have to go through a large cave that the highway passes through. The Cuevona is
The entire Yucatan peninsula is formed of limestone and thousands of years ago it was covered by the sea. Limestone's natural permeability and the amount of rainfall have luckily left us with some authentic natural swimming pools
This is a sort of passage which goes on for around a mile and, as you can see from the photos, it’s narrow and full of bones. The amount of bones down there is truly impressive, especially when you consider how well-ordered they all
The majority of visitors that come to Ajuy come to see the caves, which can be accessed from the beach. The path to the caves begins in the northern point, and passes a hut that was built on the rock.
The view from the road is
Between Dénia and Jávea, there’s a wonder of nature in the form of a cliffside cave, an incredible place to get lost on a sunny day when you want some peace and quiet. You can get there on Les Rotes in Dénia.
The Cave of Wonders is one of those places you simply need to see. An aquifer of 1200 meters with giant stalactites and stalagmites, is not something you will find anywhere. The halls of the cave are narrow, slippery, dark, moist and
These are the natural wonders of the Mayan world. On the Yucatan peninsula, there are some of these amazing natural formations. They are called cenotes. Sometimes they are in caves and at other times exposed on the surface,natural
If you're in Tangiers and have time, I'd recommend visiting the Grotto of Hercules, only 5km from the gorgeous Cape Spartel and about 20km from Tangiers itself. The caves are a product of the waves pounding against the surf and the
The Adelsberg caves are the most famous caves in Slovenia and more than two centuries old. Here you can take a guided tour of the caves and see how deep they are. These caves have a lot of history, including the legend of a dragon. It
The most mysterious and evocative thing about Derinkuyu underground city is its narrow, winding passageways. You never know where you'll end up. Often the passage just get very narrow or branches into several, or ends in a round
On the 31st of December two years ago I went in the caves because they have hot springs and you can relax there plus there is a river where kids can swim as it is not very deep there is also a pool and most of all it is so hot that it
The Wanda Mines are north of the province of Misiones, Argentina. This place is known worldwide for its gemstones and turquoise and amethyst stones. The name of the town and the mine, Wanda, is due to a Polish princess who was very
We went on this trip to Capri without really knowing what we would find there. We did know that it was an island, and indeed it is a beautiful island, with the small drawback that you have to arrive by boat and the best views are at
Right in the heart of Portugal, 15 kilometers away from Fatima you'll find the Ace Grutas de Mira de Aire, which was discovered in 1947. Before 1974 it wasn't open to the public. However, after a partnership formed that lead to the
Access to Cave Castle is through a hallway that contains the most complete record of the lives of our ancestors which includes occupations ranging from the Lower Paleolithic (120,000 years ago) to the Bronze Age (3000 years ago) and
This place, several meters above the River Paintings, is one of the places that I had a chance to see when we traveled from Neuquen to the glacier Perito Moreno. It is on Route 40 to the south along the Andes, Patagonia Argentina. On
The famous caver Édouard Alfred Martel discovered the gulf of Padirac and its river and explored 2400 metres of it. I've visited few stranger caves. With a huge cavity, it is necessary to use stairs or a lift to get to the topp, and
The San José caves are located inside the Espadán Natural Park, where the largest subterranean river in Europe runs, the San José river.
The tourist boat visit travels some 535 meters, including visits to subterranean chambers
I didn't dare bathe in the cenote, though I had intended to. But it's not the same view when you see one in a photograph as it is to walk down a cave mouth, on a stone staircase and be hit suddenly by the dark humidity. Even though