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    • It's entirely up to you to set your own pace so that you can enjoy the many charms of Kakuetta, a natural site with amenities, considered as one of the wildest, most legendary sites in Europe.
      When you go on this walk, you will take paths engineered out of the rock equipped with hand rails, steps and walkways with guard rails, so there's no need to be an experienced walker to make this visit. As it is not guided (so no need to book), you can also organize how you walk (how fast, how often you stop, whether or not you picnic), which all means that age is no obstacle for this excursion.
      The level of peacefulness is just right for taking time to relax. Recharge your batteries in this open air geological gallery.

      The Kakuetta Gorges are open every day from 15 March - 15 November, from 8.00 to nightfall (last admission times are dictated by the season and/or weather conditions).

      Admission fees :

      • Individuals
      - Adults and over-16s: € 6.00
      - Children aged 7-16: € 4.50

      • Groups (minimum of 20 people)
      - Adults and over-16s: € 4.50 per head
      - Children aged 7-16: € 3.50 per head

      FREE for children under 7

      Discover La Grotte de La Verna here !

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Useful information

Other services : Chien uniquement accepté en laisse

Province : Soule

Location : Route départementale 113
64560 Sainte Engrâce


Route départementale 113
64560 Sainte Engrâce

GPS coordinates

43° 0'54"N, 0° 51'9.72"W

Traveller Reviews

4.5 sur 5 728 reviews

  • "It was greate experince and joyful day"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by farizhendi on 26/09/2019

    Me and my husband with our daughter and her husband and her son had gone to Kakuetta valley in August Also I recommended to our friends and family if they go Europe to vist his region...

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  • "Stunning scenery"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by Tanmouss (Oslo, Norway) on 03/07/2019

    It must the best 6 euros per person we have spent. It is a 2 hour plus walk in a one of a kind scenery. It is very wet and can be slippery hence the need for appropriate shoes. In the grotto it can...

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  • "Beautiful"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by jenkle89 (Hendaye, France) on 28/05/2019

    This is a must see in the Basque Country. Turquoise water, lucious green gorges, beautiful waterfalls and caves. Such a beautiful place to spend the day. Dogs are allowed on leads. Probably best to...

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