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Cave Tours

Our most recommended Valencian Community Cave Tours

Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

1. Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

Be wowed by the cathedral-like interior of Canelobre Caves on this inclusive trip. Sit back, relax and let your driver take the strain as you leave Alicante. After arriving, take in panoramic mountain and sea views from a vantage point 700m above altitude. Next, adjust your eyes and duck into the vast caves for a guided tour. Learn about their rocks, features and microclimate from your local guide. Marvel at the wonder of stalagmites, stalactites and other prehistoric features. Take a break on your journey back to Alicante, as your guide shows you the charming town of Busot along the way.

From Valencia: Tour and Tasting at 2 Utiel-Requena Wineries

2. From Valencia: Tour and Tasting at 2 Utiel-Requena Wineries

Explore two wineries in the Utiel-Requena wine region on this minivan tour from Valencia. See an ancient winery in Requena, learn about the production process at a Utiel-Requena vineyard, and sample a range of wines from each winery. Be picked up from the centrally-located meeting point in Valencia. Sit back and relax as you ride through the countryside in a climate-controlled minivan. Stop at the historical winery Murviedro 1927 in the center of Requena. Enter ancient underground caves that date back to times when the area was part of the Muslim kingdom (12th and 13th centuries). Previously, these caves were used as silos and wineries. End the visit with a wine tasting of two wine wines produced here. Head to a winery of the Utiel-Requena vineyard. Be welcomed by the winemakers or a wine guides and go step-by-step through the winemaking methods and the wine fermentation process. Finish your visit by trying a few wines. Return to your meeting point in Valencia.

From Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe: Coast & Caves Trip

3. From Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe: Coast & Caves Trip

Benefit from pick-up at one of 20 collection points in Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe, and then travel by air-conditioned coach along the coastline of the Costa Blanca. Benefit from the services of an English-speaking driver as you make your way towards the medieval town of Benissa. Stroll the cobblestone streets lined with ancient buildings and whitewashed houses on arrival. Marvel at the large church and get taken to an untouched mansion to learn how people lived in the 18th century. Continue through valleys of vineyards and almond and orange orchards. Arrive at the Cueva de las Calaveras (Cave of Skulls), said to have been formed more than 150 million years ago. Avail of the discounted entrance fee if you want to look inside. Find a nice spot for lunch at your own expense before heading to the coastal town of Moraira to get some free time to explore independently before driving back to the meeting point.

From Alicante: Bocairent and Covetes dels Moros Day Trip

4. From Alicante: Bocairent and Covetes dels Moros Day Trip

We will visit a mountain village perched on the rock, surrounded by the landscape of the Sierra de Mariola natural park. Its medieval quarter has labyrinthine streets and houses half-carved into the stone. There we can visit monuments that are rare in other places, such as the snowfield located in the town, the church of the Asunción, which has an extraordinary goldsmith's museum, the Plaza de Toros, which dates from 1843 and whose site is excavated in the rock and the most famous monument of the town, which is the set of caves excavated by the Berbers called 'covetes dels Moros' and which can be visited inside. We will also get to know the local products with a tasting of herbero and pericana liqueur.

From Valencia: Bocairent and Covetes dels Moros Day Trip

5. From Valencia: Bocairent and Covetes dels Moros Day Trip

We will visit a mountain village perched on the rock, surrounded by the landscape of the Sierra de Mariola natural park. Its medieval quarter has labyrinthine streets and houses half-carved into the stone. There we can visit monuments that are rare in other places, such as the snowfield located in the town, the church of the Asunción, which has an extraordinary goldsmith's museum, the Plaza de Toros, which dates from 1843 and whose site is excavated in the rock and the most famous monument of the town, which is the set of caves excavated by the Berbers called 'covetes dels Moros' and which can be visited inside. We will also get to know the local products with a tasting of herbero and pericana liqueur.

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What people are saying about Valencian Community

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 42 reviews

This experience was great, a private tour of the caves. We got in early so we were able to see the caves without a lot of people being there, in the end we went to this cute little town wakes around and had a drink!

Alberto, super guide. Made special arrangements for us and was easy and outgoing. He’s been around the world and has a lot of experience guiding tours .

Was a very enjoyable day and the tour guide and bus driver were very efficient and friendly x

Alberto was cool. We liked him a lot, very knowledgeable, the caves were AMAZING. Fab trip.

Extensive tour through the cave and visit to the town.