Coves de Sant Josep, La Vall d'Uixo

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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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  • We visit these caves with a groupon discount coupon, which left us very good price. They are in the part of above the village and becomes well since there are signs indicating you. It has a large area of free parking and beautiful and manicured gardens out of the entrance, as well as bars, restaurants and shops of souvenirs, which in February only had one open. The visit begins in the boat, you ride with more visitors until it is full and starts a path about 20 minutes until you reach another area that needs to be done on foot lasting 10-15 minutes and then go back to riding in the boat to return by the same route, with a different view. The Boatman will explain a little visit. They are not allowed to take pictures. We went with 6-year-old girls, he liked them, becomes very entertaining and it is something different to see. If you are going to visit Valencia can be a break from both Museum... since it is only 40 km. Recommendation: If you plan to go and it has rained, we advise that you call before, since the caves are often flooded and then until it does not drop the water level does not open to the public.
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  • An underground river that take you by boat. It is a different and very nice experience. Don't go if you're in the area.
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  • It is a very nice experience. A spectacular setting. You enter with a few barges by the caves to an area where you can lower and walk. And back again in barge
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