Sagunto with almost 3,000 years of history, was a strategic point for trade relations in the Mediterranean, besieged by General Hannibal marked the beginning of the second Punic war between Carthage and the Republic of Rome. Among the wonders of Sagunto, is the Caves of Sant Josep de La Vall d´Uixó, located on the Costa de Azahar, in the heart of the Mediterranean and at the gateway to the Natural Park of the Sierra de Espadán are the longest navigable underground river in Europe with its impressive beauty, where visitors will rediscover nature and the sensations of peace and harmony that only the Earth knows how to give us.
Features of the Tour
1. Caves of Sant Josep: We will arrive at La Vall D´Uixo where we will be able to enter the only underground river in Spain. We will sail with one of its previously reserved boats where we will contemplate the beauty of a cave with a navigable river. We will be impressed by the beauty of its colossal sculptures of stalactites and stalagmites that create images of cathedrals, jellyfish, waterfalls and other figures that can be created with imagination. A relaxing stroll on the boat admiring the beauty of Nature.
2. Sagunto: Then we will continue our trip to Sagunto. A historical city with memories of the battles between the Romans and the Carthaginians of Anibal. Hand in hand with the guide we will ascend to its castle on top of the summit and at its feet the famous Roman theatre of Sagunto that we will be able to contemplate.
Sagunto and San José Caves
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Only Professional guide
170 group (+VAT)
Entrance to Cuevas San José and boat: 10€. Children: 5€ (4 to 12 years old)