Tour the Caves of Drach
Here at Club MAC Alcudia, we’re fortunate enough to be based in Majorca, one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. When you stay on this sun-drenched Balearic Island, you’ll be able to check out some of the region’s most exciting natural attractions such as the Caves of Drach!
Located in the West Mediterranean Sea, Majorca is a nature lover’s dream destination. If you decide to explore the nature of Majorca you’ll find that it boasts fascinating animal and plant life, as well as stunning landscapes and geological formations. So which attractions should you check out?
If you want to stay close to the resort, you could always visit Club MAC Alcudia’s lakes, where you can try some really cool water sports activities. If you want to go further afield, there a lot of places to visit from the northern tip of Majorca, which features some of the region’s most impressive cliff faces, to La Victoria, which is known for its beautiful wild olive trees and elegant cypress plantations.
Caves of Drach
But if geological formations are more your thing, then your first stop has to be the Caves of Drach. Based in the popular tourist town of Porto Cristo, which is nestled on Majorca’s glorious South-East coast, the Caves of Drach are roughly an hour’s drive from Club MAC Alcudia. These Caves are some of the most remarkable on the Island, so they’ve become one of Majorca’s hottest tourist attractions!
The Caves of Drach are 25metres deep and 1,200meters wide, featuring a range of majestic stalactites hanging down from the ceilings! The attraction’s most impressive feature is famous underground lake. Called ‘Lake Martel,’ it is considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world!
Visit the site
You’ll find a tonne of things to see and do at the Caves of Drach. The first thing you’ll notice on entering is ‘the flag,’ a spectacular rock formation. Go deeper and you’ll get to see sites such as the baths of Dianna, which possess some of the most turquoise waters you’ll ever see, an incredible formation known as the ‘snow-capped mountain’ and Lake Martel, which you can travel across by boat trip!
The Caves of Drach also have a wide range of great tourist facilities. If you feel like taking a break from exploring this incredible geological formation, you could have some lunch at one of the site’s picnic areas, or grab a bite at its bar-café. You can also buy something for your loved one at the site’s souvenir shop, or splurge on a little luxury at the Caves’ Majorcan pearls shop!
The Caves of Drach are really unique. When you visit, you’ll be able to check out world famous features such as the Caves’ expansive underground lake, making amazing holiday memories that’ll last a lifetime! Book your stay at Club MAC Alcudia now so you can visit the Caves of Drach in summer 2016!