Natural Monument Cueva de Las Ventanas - Piñar


La Cueva de Pinar, also known as Cueva de las Ventanas for its three major accesses that look like large windows, is recognized as a Cultural Interest (BIC) and Natural Heritage of Andalusia. The cave is as well a tourist cave as an archaeological site. It is in the end of the foothills of Sierra Arana, at 1,000 meters. The internal temperature is about 13 degrees all year round. 

 

Opening Hours


Morning: 10.00 -  13.00

Afternoon: 16.00 - 19.00

 

Duration of the visit in the cave, about 55 minutes.

Duration of the visit including travel by tourist train, 1.15 h. approximately.

Transport round - trip, Town Hall / cave / City Hall. Included.

Guided visit. Included.

 

Open every day of the year.

Tel: 958 39 47 25

cuevadelasventanas@hotmail.es

 

 

 

 

 

In Cueva de las Ventanas they found archaeological remains from different eras, beginning with the rest of the Mousterian industry, typical of the Neanderthals in the Middle Palaeolithic. Plentiful more are the remains of Neolithic. Today the cave is equipped for visits, even disabled for great part of the route. The visit takes place from the town of Pinar where an organized train is bringing you to the cave. The tour will take one hour. Near this cave is the cave Cueva de la Carihuela (or Carigela), located; another site that is of great importance in studies of Neanderthals. Is not accessiblefor public.


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