Cave formed by the geological phenomenon known as carstification. This is the filtration of carbon dioxide laden rain water which, when it comes into contact with the chalky rocks, dissolves the calcium carbonate and produces a characteristic relief. The cave is divided into two parts: the south gallery (108 m) which was inhabited by prehistoric man, and the east gallery (50 m), which runs alongside, crosses or passes over the the course of the clear cold-water river (intermittent river). It is one of the richest caves of Europe with regard to neozoic fauna, during the Würm glacial period, and with evidence the presence of humans in the Paleolithic Age and, principally, during the Neolithic.In the Moià region. It is reached by the N-141 C road, at some 6 km from the confluence of the Moià in the direction of Vic, near the kilometer 32 marker, where, on the right-hand side there is an exit leading directly to it. TELEPHONE: 938 209 134


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