- “Cueva” meaning cave and “palomas” being doves. The translation would be Cave of the Doves
- 45 mins drive from Valencia’s city.
- 20 meter waterfall in the raining season (usually from September until June) and a cave
- In the river Juanes, in the area of Yatova (very close to Buñol, where the Tomatina is celebrated).
- Beautiful landscape and easy hike
- There’s a route called Ruta del Agua. It is possible to do small part of the hike (from the car to the cave approx. 15 mins) or do a longer hike of 1 hour and 30 mins.
- It is ideal to park the car exactly where the Point of interest is located in To-Do-Valencia’s map. That way, you can choose between the short or the long hike.
- Make sure to take some water with you as there’s no place where to buy water there. Ideal to take with you a snack to eat there. And make sure to take your trash with you 🙂
- Possible to swim in the pond created by the waterfall (water is quite cold though)
- If going there on a weekday it is possible to be completely alone. In that case, if you have dogs you can let them loose (under your own responsibility)