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We popped in today, only two caves open. Loved wandering round as it is such an interesting place. Also enjoyed the shell house which isn't actually a cave house, but novel! Possibly not suitable for a disabled person as lots of steps and slopes. I...More
We visited the caves for the first time on a warm Sunday in March. What a great find. Had a couple of beers and listened to some great music then went on for Sunday lunch. Don’t think they do any food so take a picnic...More
Took a while to find , but well worth it. Good place to visit. Lovely sunny day to stroll around the caves and see the craft stalls. Very interesting history and novel use of the caves. Music was good. Very busy, but not overcrowded that...More
Happily wondered round the cave houses on one of their open Sundays. They only open once a month. Very busy with locals and visitors alike. Great band playing, lovely atmosphere and fantastic views. I think there are different stalls each month. Good map and interesting...More
This atmospheric restaurant has a lovely setting in San Miguel. We had rib eye steaks all round. These were very good. The 2 course menu is towards the higher price range but still reasonable. Drinks are on the pricey side.
On the first sunday of the month most caves open and there's a wide range of art to see. There are also bars, musicians and interactive workshops for all ages to enjoy. A good experience and a nice place to sit for an afternoon but...More
Found this place hard to find it's not well advertised. Cave houses were interesting and quirky but hardly any of them were open. There were only two open, one selling leather goods and one with art. There was an information place but it didn't have...More
I went here in may and only 1 cave house displaying art was open. Cafe was also closed. Was disappointed but understand it is out of season. I did enjoy walking around the houses which were beautiful. But could have done with access to toilets...More
Hmm. I doubt it very much. But if you go up there and ask Carlos in the bar, he might open his bar and put on some jazz. Maybe also show you his art. There may be others, too, but at that time of year you cannot be sure.