Travel & Tourism

Incredible Caves of Hams

There are over 200 caves are in Mallorca, but the Coves dels Hams, also known as Fishhook Caves are a famous tourist spot in the eastern region of the island. They are a Solutional cave system lying on the east coast of the Spanish Balearic Island of Mallorca. These caves are located at a distance of 1 km, to the west of the Porto Cristo’s town.
Their peculiar arborescent and dripstone formations along with an underground lake - the Sea of Venice, are striking tourist spots. The magnetism of the spiral and hook-shaped “stalactites” are sufficient enough to mesmerise anyone. Some resorts like Cala Romantica, Calas de Mallorca, Cala D'Or, Sa Coma, Cala Millor and Cala Bona are located nearby.

On 2nd March 1905, Pedro Caldentey discovered the Coves dels Hams, and his son, Lorenzo Caldentey, composed unbelievable lighting system. As a special tribute to the famous composer, many performances are hosted daily, especially “Magical Mozart” show.

These caves are a perfect place for organising weddings, communions, anniversaries, conferences, convections, presentations, exhibitions, shows, business dinners, spots/publicity, catwalk/fashion and chapel.

In a guided tour, don’t miss to visit the digital cave, classic cave and fauna & Botanic section and get indulged in ongoing events. To do so, book flights to Palma and reach the desired location.

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