The Andalucían government has approved new opening times for the Cueva del Tesoro in Rincón de la Victoria.
Starting September 15th 2019 the first 60 people to visit the caves Monday through Friday between 10 am and 11 am will not have to pay an entrance fee.
Councillor for tourism Antonio José Martín said the new timetable would help to “avoid long queues” on Mondays when previously the entrance fee had been waived.
The caves are located 15 kilometres from Malaga, in the direction of Nerja in the town of Rincón de la Victoria . These rare marine formed caves are accessible above sea level.
Formed during the Jurassic period the caves got their name from the many legends that say the caves are home to a long lost treasure. Rincón de la Victoria is home to one of only three caves of marine origin known in the world, whereas the other two are located in Central America and Asia. These caves are unique within the European continent.
Children five to 15 years: 2.75€
Over 65’s: 2.75€
Visits with an audio guide (English and Spanish) are included in the price.