daily from 10am to 6pm though from November to
April, the closing hour is 5pm. There are so many
attractions to enjoy and they include some chambers
with names like Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. The
caves are located on the coast of Capdepera and
surrounded by mountains rising above the sea.
The most attractive feature is the stalagmite known
as “Queen of pillars”. The length of this stalagmite
is around 22 meters (72.18ft).
The Arta caves have been known for notable historic
events. For example, when Majorca became dominated
by Christianity, it was discovered that about 2000
Arabs had hidden themselves there.
That event marked the beginning of the discoveries
of the cave such that later in 1876, a French
Geologist named Edouard Martel made more researches
about the place.