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Cuevas del Rodeo de Rojales

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littlegecko wrote a review Aug 2020
Madrid, Spain18 contributions1 helpful vote
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wonderful place to go even in Covid times. less caves were open but still a great range and the sculptures outside and around are nice to see! Fully recommend it. So different to see and read the history.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Andy S wrote a review Jul 2020
Daya Nueva, Spain25 contributions12 helpful votes
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The artists houses and exhibitions are worth a look on the 1st Sunday of every month. Also, every other Sunday there is a musical Jam near the top car park. Take a picnic and listen or join in with your own instrument/voice
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Julia M wrote a review Feb 2020
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Lovely little place to visit for a bite to eat and drinks near the River Segura. Easy walk to caves and Shell house from the river. The caves have music and art events the first Sunday of every month.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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lesleybEngland wrote a review Jan 2020
england72 contributions29 helpful votes
I really like going to this place. There's lots of cave houses made into artisan shops where you can get things from handmade purses and art to wishing trees and jewellery. It's best to visit in spring or autumn when the weather is not too hot or cold and just have a good mooch around. Check the website for when it's fully open: there could be a band on and you can take your own picnic and just take in the atmosphere. There are often other stalls there lining the walkways. Note that it is quite hilly.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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C B wrote a review Dec 2019
United Kingdom293 contributions102 helpful votes
Not far inland at Rojales which is a pretty Spanish town with the River Segura running through the centre. There is also a museum which is free and definitely worth a visit. The caves are uphill on one side of the river. There is a car park if you prefer to drive up.the houses were shut when we went but still looked interesting and probably worth revisiting when open. There appears to be a cafe and a shop both of which were closed as it was out of season and plenty of picnic benches. The houses are very interesting. Also next to the caves are the three crosses and if you have the stamina to get to the top great views
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Date of experience: November 2019
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