Discovered in the 19th century, the Hams Caves are home to some of the most impressive underground views in Europe. With its hook-shaped stalactites, the Blue Lake commonly known as "Venice Sea"...
Discovered in the 19th century, the Hams Caves are home to some of the most impressive underground views in Europe. With its hook-shaped stalactites, the Blue Lake commonly known as "Venice Sea" and its impressive galleries, the Hams caves are one of the island's most popular tourist attractions.
The caves of Drach stand out among the most visited in Europe and are considered the eighth wonder of the world. Stalactites, stalagmites and impressive galleries, make up a real spectacle for the senses. Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world, is the scene of a classical music program combined with an impressive lighting system that will captivate you to the end. The temperature inside is very pleasant and constant throughout the year: 21 degrees Celsius.
The tour is formed by a visit and free time to enjoy one of the most picturesque fishing villages on the island, Porto Cristo. Located in the east of Mallorca, it has a natural port and a small beach of fine sand where you can relax in front of a teal sea. During your free time in Porto Cristo we can recommend restaurants and bars with traditional Mallorcan or Spanish food.
Our tour has an interesting stop at the historic Majorica Pearl Factory, which has more than one hundred years of experience in the manufacture of world-renowned organic artificial pearls. Founded more than a century ago by a German engineer, the factory is a pioneer in the manufacture of artificial pearls in Europe. Live a 'Majorica Experience' that features a multimedia area, luxury boutique with unique prices and a relaxing lounge bar.