It is the only cave of all the karstic caves there are in the area that can be visited.
It has a considerable natural interest for its beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations that appear in open chambers, like those of the Layers, the Lattices and the Organ, or, the most important, that of the Formations. But it also has great archaeological value because of prehistoric findings belonging to the Neolithic period. In the chambers, remains of carbonised cereals and rough paintings of various animals have been found, notably the drawings of goats. In addition, the body of a person has been found buried in a 'gur' (ancient pool).