Deep in the interior of the Valencian Region, in the province of Castellon, lie half of Spain's UNESCO protected cave paintings from Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages. Travel to this remote region together on an informative and trivia filled bus ride with your local expert and hike (1 mile) into some of the most well-preserved rock wall paintings to hear from the expert archeologist the deep stories and histories whispered to us by the seemingly very simple drawings. Stop for lunch on the way back towards Valencia (can be picnic or a restaurant can be organized) before taking unique boat rides through Europe’s longest navigable subterranean river in the Vall d’Uixo valley within the caves that are nature’s cathedrals. Upon return to Valencia, you will go by the Costa Azahar, or Orange Blossom coast for a relaxing ride home passing the orange groves of Northern Valencia.
Entrances to caves
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
Food - Bring extra snacks if you feel you can need them
Drinks - Bring water!
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Difficulty Level - Easy
Special clothing required - Comfortable and sports clothing
Her guides and her are completely bilingual in Spanish. They are not just the guides with the best language and interpersonal skills, but the most professional guides I've met so far, friendliest and most knowledgeable, not to mention the most fun! They are all passionate about the history of Valencia and Spain, current events in Europe and love to share their knowledge that are constantly updating and researching to share on a tour. You will discover not just the sites of the city, but understand what you are seeing on a deep level from a passionate guide.
MINIMUM TO OPERATE
DEADLINE TO BOOK
7 days prior to the start of the experience
Frequently Asked Questions
A can't-miss experience! The boat ride through the caves is truly magical. The stellar guide and itinerary are perfect for getting a good perspective, literally and figuratively, on the area's history.