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Coves de Sant Josep, La Vall d'Uixo
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Explore Coves de Sant Josep, the longest navigable underground river in Europe. Enter into the depths of the earth on a small boat, and view the natural formations as you duck your head under rocks and enjoy the soft music and lighting in the cave. You'll have the chance to explore on foot as well before heading back to the entrance. Portable recordings are available in English to explain what you are seeing. There are also cafes and small shops near the entrance. This attraction is not for the claustrophobic, as you will be going through small, dark areas, sometimes with low ceilings. Plan to see Coves de Sant Josep and other attractions that appeal to you using our La Vall d'Uixo vacation planner.
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Nos encanto. Fuimos en una barquita y la verdad que nos impresiono bastante, eso si nuestro guía, Elias, un poco sosete... escuchamos que los otros contaban mas cosas .... pero bueno. 10€ adultos mayo... read more »We love. We were in a small boat and the truth that we impressed enough, that if our guide, Elias, a little sosete... hear that others did more things... but hey. 3 years 5 € adults € 10.show original
Este verano fuí a visitar "Les coves de Sant Josep" en la Vall d'Uixò, no recuerdo cuando fué la última vez que monté en una barca, sin embargo, fueron 45 minutos relajantes e interesantes mientras el... read more »This summer I went to visit "Les coves de Sant Josep" in la Vall d' Uixò, I do not remember when it was the last time I rode in a boat, however, they were 45 minutes relaxing and interesting while the boatman rowing giving information about the architecture and origin of the place. This place has hilly places where you can make hiking (for those who like that) and at the same time, in the area of tourism, there are several shops with souvenirs and services of catering with a variety of prices. That Yes, if you visit the caves inside where you have to pay the entrance (around €10 per person) should get tickets in advance and wait in line about 15 minutes before the time of entry of the ticket. Perfect for a day, and much better in family.show original
A moins d'être claustrophobe, il ne faut pas manquer cette visite. Le parcours en bateau et à pied est unique. Il y a des audioguides pour toutes les langues et il fait frais (un bonheur en plein été)... read more »Unless you're claustrophobic, don't miss this tour. The journey by boat and on foot is unique. There are audio guides for all languages and it's cool (a happiness in mid-summer).show original
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