Lower St. Michael's Cave

Make sure not to leave before doing on our Lower St. Michael’s Cave. Get to visit the best touristic attraction Gibraltar has to offer! 

Lower St. Michael's Cave - An amazing experience

GIBRALTAR TOURS b599b201b332572c168d3a74aa3fb9c6-1 Lower St. Michael's Cave Tour

Lower St. Michael’s Cave  is clearly one of the biggest highlights of holiday makers. 

Lower St. Michael’s Cave was accidently discovered on 1942, whilst Royal Engineers were trying to make an alternative exit to St. Michael’s Cave (the Main Cave) during WWII

The extraordinary beauty of the cavern and its features cannot be understated. Cavern feature includes white, grey and red stalactite columns, which gives the cavern a resemblance to a cathedral.

The extraordinary beautiful features do not end there

The cavern further amazes us with the size of its main chambers and the profusion and variety of calcite formations. The block busting feature is the crystal clear lake measuring nearly forty yards long and estimated to hold 45,000 gallons.

Lower St. Michael’s Cave now entertains thousands of tourists visiting Gibraltar on a yearly basis and is one of the most though off attractions in the Upper Rock. 

The most fascinating feature of Lower St. Michael’s Cave is that it is still a live cave (it is still alive and forming) due to the concurrent water filtering through the rock and into the cavern. 

Gather a group of 5 and come witness a lifetime experience inside the fascinating world of Lower St. Michael’s Cave. 

Tour T&C 

People are advised to wear appropriate closed gripped shoes and casual clothing. Group sizes range from a maximum of ten and a minimum of five. Children under the age of ten years are not allowed to participate on this tour. Activity includes, rope climbing, sliding slippery cave surfaces and you will definitely not come out dry, its great fun!  A good level of fitness is required and there are strict Terms & Conditions that must be met. 

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