The Vall d'Uixó has been inhabited since prehistoric times, as shown by the cave paintings found in the area. There are also vestiges of Iberian settlements and documented occupation of the population in the Roman, Visigoth and Muslim times. The palace of Vivel, the churches of the Holy Angel and of the Assumption, the aqueducts of San José and Alcudia are some of the attractions of this population. The Grottos of San José are a treasure of nature and inside it is the longest navigable underground river in Europe. Join us and we will enjoy together these wonderful sites.
After breakfast we will leave the hotel in the direction of La Vall d'Uixó, during the tour we will enter the Desert of the Palms and we will stop in its wonderful viewpoint, balcony to the Mediterranean from which we will contemplate the ruins of the old Carmelite monastery that gives origin To the name of the enclave and we will have at our disposal one of the most privileged views of the Mediterranean coast. From there to La Vall d'Uixó we will have a panoramic view of the two riches of the province, the Sea of Naranjas and the impressive factories dedicated to the ceramic industry, which have given international renown to the province of Castellón. Arriving at La Vall d'Uixó we will head to the nearby Caves of San José. The bus will leave us in the area of restaurants, cafes and souvenirs of the Grottoes where we will have free time that we can dedicate to take a snack, buy a souvenir or visit the town Íbero that is found on the Caves.
The visit to the Caves will open a world of experiences and sensations. Created by nature more than two hundred million years ago, they are home to the longest navigable river in Europe, aboard the boats the friendly boatmen will explain the different rooms through which we will pass and the stories and legends that surround them.
After the visit, we will return to the hotel for lunch.