We explored Rose Valley just before sunset and felt like we were the only ones for miles around. We stumbled across several beautiful caves with intricate frescoes and reliefs. Grapevines are spread throughout the valley, and the many caves hidden in the valley are open to people to explore on their own. My husband and two kids loved this far more than the Open Air Museum. We could really take in the experience without the lines, the rush of getting in and out or each space. We did not want to leave, but it was getting dark. Go before sunset and you will see why they call it Rose Valley.
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