Cova de s'Infern

Cova de l'Infern (Cave of Hell) is one of the most curious geographical accidents in Cap de Creus. It is a cave opened by both sides formed by water erosion which has managed to break the rock, forming a large opening between seawater and roof of rock. Its idyllic image contrasts with the name, which refers to the color of the water, yellow and red, that you can see inside the cave every morning at sunrise: it recalls in the imagination to the gates of hell.

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Cova de s'Infern, Cadaqués, Cap de Creus

Cova de l'Infern, Costa Brava

Cueva de l'Infern, Cap de Creus

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