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St. Michael s cave is a natural chasm forged within the rock. Stalagmites & stalactites galore. It is also used for concerts where the natural echo is used to magnificent effect.
A must see whilst on the Rock.
We back a ticket with several entrances, but to pay 15 euros for entrance here is just a robb-off!
They do not accept card payment, the euro-pound exchange is outrageous.
They destroyed the cabe with pouring cement every where, and installing disco-like lights.
What an absolutely stunning place! This was part of the bus trip we took to Gibraltar and was a lovely surprise, as we didn’t know anything about it beforehand. The trip up the rock to the caves is not for the faint-hearted because the roads...More
St. Michael's Cave was unbelievable! The "wow" factor was in overdrive as I walked through this wonderful site. I highly recommend spending a couple hours exploring this place because its a must see in Gibraltar. The natural beauty (the stalactites (sp) and the stalagmites (sp)...More
Worth visiting if in Gibraltar as there is not a great deal to do.
You can go by road or cable to the Rock.
The caves were really lovely inside and they hold concerts there, which we would have gone to had there been any...More
A superb attraction and a must-see in Gibraltar. The stalactites and stalagmites are a natural marvel and enhanced by the fantastic lighting throughout the cave. Lots of boards with interesting information about the history of the cave, which makes it an educational visit as well...More
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We walked from the port to the cable car at the bottom. This walk was maybe 25 minutes. From the top of the rock, we then continued to walk to the caves. This option definitely includes lots of walking. You can book a tour... More
We walked from the port to the cable car at the bottom. This walk was maybe 25 minutes. From the top of the rock, we then continued to walk to the caves. This option definitely includes lots of walking. You can book a tour or just book a cab to the caves but we wanted to walk since the weather was so nice. I’m not sure how much tours or cabs cost but they are certainly an option.