The Gruta de San José caves | Levante-EMV

Obligated visit

Coves de Sant Josep
The longest navigable river of Europe

New illumination
In les Coves de Sant Josep, thanks to a new lighting that uncovers treasures we have never seen, we will be able to live a unique experience.

The Vall d’Uixó offers its visitors natural sites of incomparable beauty and a significant cultural heritage that includes the San José aqueduct, and the parish Churches in honour of Our Lady of the Assumption and the Santo Ángel Custodio. Located in the upper part of the town is the l’Alcudia quarter of Arab origin, the Plaza del Ángel and the parish church of Poble de Dalt. Situaded in the lower part are the Plaça de Sant Vicent, the Plaza de la Asunción and the historic Fuente de los Chorros.

This city’s main tourist attraction are the Grutas de San José caves, located just 10 kilometres from the beaches of the Costa de Azahar. Exploring the longest navigable river of Europe is to enter the depths of the earth, navigating its peaceful waters and contemplating the whimsical shapes created by rocks over thousands of years.