Virtual Reality Room will be the largest in Spain
Visitors will now see a lot more of the caves and their paintings
Nerja Cave, a popular tourist destination in the Axarquia region of Malaga, is set to become home to the largest virtual reality room in the world. The room will be built as part of a new visitor centre that is currently under construction.
The new visitor centre will be located at the entrance of the cave and will feature a range of interactive exhibits that will educate visitors on the history and geology of the cave system. The highlight of the centre will be the virtual reality room, which will be able to accommodate up to 500 people at once.
The virtual reality room will allow visitors to experience the cave system in a way that was previously impossible. Visitors will be able to explore the cave’s many chambers and passageways, as well as learn about the cave’s history and the geological forces that created it.
The project is being carried out by the Nerja Cave Foundation, which is responsible for the management and conservation of the cave system. The foundation hopes that the new visitor centre and virtual reality room will help to attract even more visitors to the cave and provide them with an unforgettable experience.
The Nerja Cave system is one of the most important and well-known cave systems in Spain. It is home to a wide range of geological formations, including stalactites, stalagmites, and columns, as well as several underground lakes and rivers. The cave system is also of great archaeological importance, as it contains evidence of human occupation dating back more than 30,000 years.
The new visitor centre and virtual reality room are expected to be completed by the end of 2023. Once completed, they will offer visitors an unparalleled experience of one of Spain’s most fascinating natural wonders. (Picture thanks to Sur in English)