Rincón de la Victoria owns a unique place in Europe, Cueva del Tesoro. It is one of the only three marine caves known in the world. The other two are in Asia and Central America. For all the locals, visitors and tourists of Malaga it is a must see!
The history, archeology and legend are united in Cueva del Tesoro, also known as Cueva del Higuerón.
In its galleries were found remains of the Palaeolithic and the Bronze Age, as well as samples of Cave Art (Arte Rupestre).
In a comfortable walk through its cavities, you can enjoy the curious forms that water has shaped over millennia. Perhaps, with a bit of luck, you will find the famous treasure that, it is said, still remains in the cave.
Winter (September 16th / June 14th)
10:00am – 13:00 pm (closed at 14:00pm)
15:00pm – 17:00pm (closed at 18:00pm)
Summer (June 15th – September 15th)
10:30am – 13:00pm (closed at 14:00pm)
16:30pm – 19:00pm (closed at 20:00pm)
Audio guide visit available.
Cost of the entrance:
- Children (0 – 3 years)………..free
- Children (4 – 14 years)……………2’75€ / visit
- Adults (15 – 64 years) ………………..4’65 € / visit
- Retired and senior (from 65 years old and up)…..2´75 €/ visit
- Youth Card / Student …….2´75 €/visit
- Pensioners, Retired and Unemployed of the municipality………….free (certified)
Monday to Friday 10:00 am-11:00 am free visits to Cueva del Tesoro BIC maximum 60 people per day (except for those that coincide with the festivities of December 24th, 25th, 31st, January 1st and 6th) during the regular opening hours.
VISITS FOR GROUPS – (Consult prices for Homes for the elderly, Educational Centers, Associations, etc).