‘Trip to Denia, Cova Tallada and Kayak’ …(Saturday) June 12th

##The Carved Cave (Cueva Tallada) is a patrimonial jewel with breathtaking views of the sea. It’s an excursion in the Valencian community that you cannot miss!

The cave was excavated on the level of the sea. Initially, it was used to extract tosca or grit for the construction of the most singular buildings of Denia, including the castle.

The views are spectacular. The possibility of taking a bath at the end of the route means that, despite the heat, it is recommendable to do this excursion also in the Summer.

🥾 Hiking description
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 1 hour (one way) + visiting time in the cave
Distance: a little less 2 km (one way)
Altitude: 120 meters (Torre del Gerro)
🚌 Type: Big Bus
⏰ Programme:
▪️ 8:45 Meeting point. Meeting point Avenida Aragón, 31. (Mestalla)
▪️ 11:00 Arriving and Hike /Kayak
▪️ 12:30 Arrival Cave
Both Hiking route and kayak to the cave are about 1 hour. So 12:30 in the caves enjoying the view have some almuerzo.
▪️ 15:00 Coming Back
After enjoying the cave (2 hours) we will come back to the bus and go to Denia.
▪️ 16:30 Arriving Denia. We will enjoy the beach, city or bars until 18:00.
▪️ 18:00 Back to Valencia
💦 What to bring
▪️ You must wear appropriate shoes to go through the mountain and to get into the water
▪️ Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat
▪️ Towel
▪️ Water (very important) and Food as in the area there are no services.
If you want to discover the inside of the cave, do not forget the flashlight
▪️ Snorkelling material (in case you want to snorkel)
If you want to take pictures, take a waterproof camera or a waterproof case
▪️ Super important, carry an unused garbage bag.
💸 Price
Price: 20€
Kayak: 45€ (extra)


Report by 24/7 Valencia team

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