Cova de Can Marçà is a group of caves in Ibiza, Spain. The caves are 100,000 years old but were only discovered by smugglers in the 20th century, they used them to store contraband. The markings that the smugglers used to guide them in the night are still visible today. The cave is illuminated in colour by the formations of stalagmites and stalactites. The caves also have openings that offer stunning views out to sea.
The caves are situated in San Miguel. You can get to the caves by bus, the 22 bus from San Antonio runs to the caves and the 25 bus from Ibiza Town runs to the caves.
Opening Times and Admission
The caves are open to visitors all year round. 10.30am-7.30pm in the summer and 11am-5pm in the winter. Tours of the cave cost 11 euros for adults and 7 euros for children.