"La Cueva del Orón" (Oron's Cave) is a famous cave in Mazarrón, Murcia, whose entrance is on a cliff beside the sea. The access is very nice, and to reach the entrance we had to go down steel cable handrails, stairs, ledges with ribbons, and finally a fractioned rappel which leaves us next to the cave.
The cave is quite comfortable and can be made whole without harness. There are just a couple of places with ropes, but they are easy to pass. There are some narrow places and the cave is quite hot, but it is very nice and has very good speleothems (helictite). The cave ends up in a lake of lightly salt water, and a siphon that leads to the sea. Of course, the lakes are for bathing, and we did so.
In total we were 15 people (Ruly, Esther, Gabi, María, Jesús, José Carlos, Raquel, José Miguel, Puri, Cris, Viti, Rykky, Álvaro, Trini and me) and it took us 11 hours in total (3 hours to get to the cave, 5 inside, and 3 to come back).