La Cova de Can Marçà is in the Port of San Miguel, San Juan. Located between 12 and 14 meters above sea level, it has more than 100.000 years old. It is located in the interior of a cliff and surrounded by a careful natural environment with a impressive sights to the bay. From the terrace of his small cafe You can contemplate one of the most beautiful panoramas of the north of Ibiza, with the islands Murada and Ferradura right in front.
Stay open all year round and by just over ten euros you can visit it with a guide that will explain in Many languages each and every one of the peculiarities of this beautiful place. The tour lasts unos 40 minutes and during it you will immerse yourself in another era thanks to the anecdotes that they will tell you and the elements that make up the cave.
La visit comprises Two parts: in the primera you will enjoy a surprising walk on its exterior, right on the cliffs. We advise that do not forget the camera because the views will leave you in awe. During the second you will go into the cave and you will see the different geological formations that have been created as stalactites and stalagmites, a waterfall and lakes. You can even contemplate the marks smugglers made on the walls when they deposited their merchandise there. They were the first to use the cave.
Over time, the waterfalls stopped emanating water, however, in the Cova de Can Marçà they have perfectly recreated this natural effect through a water game, lights and sounds of the most real. Without doubt this is one of the biggest attractions of the cave.
After this interesting walk, you will surely want more. If so, you can go through their Souvenirs Store, right at the entrance, where you will find all kinds of souvenirs like postcards or minerals.
Sa Cova de Can Marçà offers you the possibility of organizing a group visit, you just have to contact them. If not, you do not need to book in advance since the pass are repeated everyday each 30 minutes in summer and each 45 in winter.
If you feel like spend a day of the most entertaining, either in the company of the family or of the Friends, come to Sa Cova de Can Marçà. A place to discover part of the history of the island in a fun and unique way.
From 1 from May to 31 from October from 10.30 to 13.30 and from 14.30 to 20 hours. From 1 from November to 30 from April from 11 to 17.30 hours. They close 25 in December and 1 in January.
Head towards the town of San Miguel, in the municipality of San Juan, and once there go down to the beach. When you arrive, you must take the road that goes to the Benirràs cove. If you look out to sea, the cave is right on the cliff on the right. You cannot miss it, since it is perfectly signposted.