By Euro Weekly News Media • 02 February 2015 • 14:20
THE Treasure Cave in Rincon de la Victoria will organise tours through passages of the cave that had not been open to tourists until now.
Plans were unveiled at the International Tourism Fair FITUR, where Mayor Francisco Salado commented: “It will be a new activity with which we are trying to attract adventure tourism, and at the same time promote the cave’s history and heritage.”
The routes have been designed with the cooperation of Grupo de Montaña Malaga, an association that works to preserve the cave, the only one of its kind in the whole of Europe.
Routes were named green and red to indicate difficulty, the green being apt for all kinds of users. Those who want to follow the red route should be in good physical shape and wear helmets and headlamps.
Both routes will have an approximate duration of four hours, covering 1.5 kilometres, for a price of €40. Tours are expected to be held on Saturdays and Sundays and will be offered for groups of 12 people, accompanied by an expert caving team, with equipment provided.
Members of the town council have taken 1,000 free, double tickets to FITUR to promote the Treasure Cave and allow more people to learn about this great natural wonder.
More information can be found at www.cuevadeltesoro.eu
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