The Coves de Sant Josep in Castellón

The Coves de Sant Josep are in the Vall d’Uixó , in the province of Castellón, and belong to the Sierra de Espadán Natural Park. They have a unique beauty that makes them one of the most important tourist destinations in the entire area, a place to go to admire all its charm and be in a very unique natural environment that you will certainly not forget.

The Sant Josep river runs through them, which covers almost 3 kilometers in length and which you can travel in a canoe, thus enjoying the caves and their surroundings in a much more special way. Inside you will see a combination of various natural formations such as stalactites or stalagmites, as well as perfect artificial lighting so that during your walk you do not lose any detail of what is there.

In the caves you will also see spectacular Rock Paintings , which are a World Heritage Site. When entering the caves there is a corridor that is protected by huge stone blocks and that will guide you to the jetty while you go through the waters, already underground. In the so-called "Room of the Bats" there is a clay beach that is beautiful, and after a small passageway you will reach another room in which is the Diana Lake , deep and that you can see without problem thanks to its waters they are totally crystalline.

Then you will see a formation known as "La Medusa", and then you will continue until you reach the Blue Pond , one of the most beautiful parts and that takes you to the pier, from where you can take a walk through the Dry Gallery. When you reach the end of that gallery, you will embark again to continue on your way and get to the outside, although before you will pass through the Devil’s Lake , where you will turn around to return to the beginning and finish the route. Without a doubt, it is worth it, so if you are going to be in the area it is essential that you visit this place.