|Location:||3 km west of El-Haouaria on the Cape Bon Tunisian Peninsula. Can be reached from the fishing villages of Kelibia and Nabeul. 60 km from Hammamet.|
|Dimension:||A0130 m asl.|
Les Guide Bleus, 1967, p 133
V Aellen P Strinati (1979): Chauve-souris Cavernicoles de Tunisie, Mammalia Tome, 34 No 2, pp 228-236
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|1967||visited by Dr V Aellen, M Frainier and Dr P Strinati.|
As the name suggests, these caves are full of bats. This is a natural cave higher up the mountain than the Roman Caves El-Haouaria which are antique quarries. A descent of 5 m leads to a room 50 by 60 m. The cave is designated as a Nature Reserve.