Araña Caves, World Heritage Site since 1998, is one of the best representatives of post-Paleolithic Cave Art of Mediterranean coast on the Iberian Peninsula.
The site features 150 exceptional rock art figures attached to the Old Schematic Art, Levantine Art and Schematic Art, dated three styles during the Neolithic. The quantity and quality of the pictorial remains, among which stand out above all the scene of honey collection, unique in the world, one must add the historical importance and documentary panel that shows as none, their myths, heroes, gods and goddesses and the evolution of these beliefs during the Neolithic period, between 6500 and 3000 BC.
Since this summer, Arq&Volta Patrimoni i Societat, offers the possibility to know the site on a visit which includes the explanation of the 3 shelters and the visit to EcoMuseo in Bicorp. A different, cultural proposal for large or small groups, couples, families or friendsthat is completed with a traditional meal and a refreshing dip in the several waterholes of the area.
Because to know the inside and Valencian cultural heritage had never been so easy!