La Cueva del Agua is located at Pico del Asno of Sierra Harana at an altitude of 1730 meter in the municipality of Iznalloz (Granada).
The opening with a height of 180 meter gives access to one of the most important caves in the province, .
Describing this is somewhat complex because of the labyrinth of passages it has. You will first enter the Hall of Columns, a narrow corridor occupied with columns that after about
50 m opens and flows into the Great Cave. At this point you realize the large proportions of this cave. Along with this curious espeleotema, spectacular formations can be
seen, predominantly large sets of stalagmites (Sima de los Dientes de Dragón, Cámara de los Endriagos, etc.), large stalagmites mantles, covered by beautiful crystallizations "coralline" (Sala de
la Música, Sima del Plus Ultra) and next to these formations small crystal clear lagoons (Laguna Glacier, Green Lake).
Small group visits are now allowed, maximum 14 people, on workdays.
Requests are made by:
- In writing to the Area of Culture of the Provincial de Granada
- By FAX
- By email
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Open all year, on workdays in the morning from 10.00 to 15.00 hours. .A visit needs to be requested at the Provincial Council of Granada.
Adress: Delegation of Granada. Department of Culture.
Plaza de los Girones, 1, 18009 Granada
Phone: 958 247384/958 247366
Fax: 958 247385
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Price: free entrance.
Cueva del Agua is one of the best fresh water caves in Europe, with cristal clear water and more than 3000 meters, we can call it the Spanish Cenote. Is is possible to dive here all year around,
with water temperature about 29ºC!