North of Jávea, under a cliff situated within the marine reserve of San Antoni Cape we can find the Cova Tallada (sculpted cave), a cavity open to the sea with a diameter of 400 m.
The grotto was made to win raw stones, which were used by the Muslims to build their fortresses. The cave is located at the end of Les Rotes beach, a little path with ashtonishing views along the Mediterranean sea. Finally you have to climb over stones to get to the opening of the grotto.
Like in an adventure book, there are little marks on the walls which display the story of the engravers over generations and carry them in today’s time.
We organise this trip to visit the Cova Tallada several times through the year...combined with a visit to the bulls festivals in Jávea or Denia.
Thousands of bonfires light up the sky during the night of San Juan and together with the water the fire conjures a magical night where joy and...
Peña Cortada's trail, is one of the most amazing of all the Valencian Community.
Two times a year the people of Cheste celebrate their day of paellas.
We are going to El Saler beach and La Albufera natural park.
If you are passionate about hiking, this is your activity!
We are going to visit Calpe, to climb the Peñón de Ifach and witness parade of Moros y Cristianos.
Valencia's main festival Fallas: mascletàs, fireworks, traditiional parades, offering of flowers to the Virgin, visits to the Fallas monuments...