Unforgettable experience for lovers of geology and prehistoric art. We invite you to visit a prehistoric cave located 25 minutes from Évora. With human occupations since the Middle Paleolithic when it was used as a shelter for Neanderthals about 50,000 years ago.
This sacred place has been used continuously until our era. It has one of the oldest and best preserved prehistoric paintings from the Upper Paleolithic (35000-8000 B.C.) worldwide. The geological formations of limestone are the delight of lovers of speleology and geology.
Surprise yourself in this unique and exclusive experience in one of the oldest and rarest traces in the world of the first forms of artistic and spiritual expression of humanity. For the protection and conservation of fragile paintings and engravings, the visit is limited to 20 people per day, taking place only 5 days a week (from Tuesday to Saturday, excluding holidays).