La Cova de Sant Martí


Useful Information

Location: 5km from Alcudia at the foot of the monte de Sant Martí.
Open: No restrictions.
[2011]
Fee: free.
[2011]
Classification:  Karst cave.  Cave Church
Light: bring torch.
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History


Description

The Cova de Sant Martí is a cave located at the southern end of the mount Sant Martí, west of Alcúdia. The cave was used to construct two chapels during the 13th and 14th century. The entrance to the cave is a collapsed roof or doline, a stone staircase leads down to the floor of the cave. On two sides the cave was used to construct a chapel inside.


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