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Cuevas del Diablo

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Cuevas del Diablo

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Calle San Lorenzo, 7, 02210, Alcala del Jucar Spain
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Get Off The Beaten Path Full Day - Valencia Region (Private Tour)
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Get Off The Beaten Path Full Day - Valencia Region (Private Tour)

A perfect opportunity to explore authentic local life outside of the city center. Your full-day tour is completely private, only for you and your party, including a private guide and private transportation from wherever you want to begin. Since your tour is catered specifically to you and your interests, you are free to customize any part of the tour. If there is anything you would like to visit that you don't see listed as part of this tour, please inquire with us, as we are happy to help you have the best day with us. We are also happy to accommodate any mobility or dietary restrictions. Please make a note that not all tours are available on all days, and all tours as they are listed are based on availability. Feel free to message us with any questions.
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Sara H wrote a review Oct 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom28 contributions4 helpful votes
Visited end of September during pandemic so pretty quiet in town and tourist spots. A bit of fun visiting these caves - 3 euro entry but then at the end when you have scaled the caves you can order a free drink at the bar. Retired bull fighter Diablo is behind the attraction and I think used to run a nightclub there which would have been fab. It’s full of odds and sods of eccentricities and quirks and at the height of summer must serve as a cool retreat. Worth a day trip to this town if you are a standard tourist but you would probably stay longer if you were after an outdoor activities type experience because of the river and canyon.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Vaughan W wrote a review Dec 2019
london219 contributions155 helpful votes
It is a very good and different experience to enter a tunnel at one side of a huge piece of rock/ canyon wall and then come out the other side! But whilst inside there are various rooms to explore and artefacts about local life as well as many photos of "the devil" who was actually there whilst we visited (the owner). The ticket includes a drink in the bar which is of course within the caves or you can sit st the balcony overlooking the river far below. Worth doing!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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AvidtravPerth wrote a review Nov 2019
Prades, France370 contributions65 helpful votes
We were traveling through the region and had heard of these caves. Definitely worth the visit and to meet the owners. Each visitor is rewarded with a choice of drink at the bar after completing their visit, at least when we were there. If I recall, the owner has a Dali moustache and was a former bull fighter!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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allanbzzz wrote a review Nov 2019
Scotland, United Kingdom18 contributions12 helpful votes
Travelled on a coach trip all the way from the coast to see a cave house. (No marks for the coach operator, by the way). When we got there we had to pay three euros for entry (this included a small drink at the end). What we got was a long tunnel from the entrance to the bar, passing some empty caves. Waste of time and money. The bar, by the way, was set up high on the hill overlooking the village - it was quite spectacular. Should sell that instead!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Kamal K Sirra wrote a review Sep 2019
Madrid, Spain485 contributions103 helpful votes
The walk up to this cave is up hill so it might be a bit difficult for elderly people and for kids. It’s an interesting one with family. The owner (who calls himself el Diablo) is very friendly and willing to be pictured. Long tunnels, exhibits of sewing machines and farming tools and lot of different spaces to have a drink.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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