St Michael’s Cave

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St. Michael’s Cave is a beautiful, prehistoric cave formed over millions of years. The cave consists of a main cave called ‘Leonora’ and a lower cave simply called ‘Lower St. Michael’s’. The cave consists of a labyrinth of natural passageways and smaller caverns.

The cave has had many uses in the past. It is believed the cave was the home of the Neanderthal man and recently a cave painting found is indicative of primitive life. Today the cave is a natural theatre where shows are held occasionally.