VISITS TO CAVES
RESERVATION IS NECESSARY TO VISIT THE SHELTERS
DEPARTURES FROM THE MUSEUM
- Cova del Mas d'en Josep
- Cova dels Cavalls
- Cova dels Ribassals or Civil
LES COVES DE VINROMÀ
Cova de la Saltadora.
Duration: 3 hours / Difficulty: hard.
Centelles rock shelter
Duration: 3 hours / Difficulty: moderate.
ARES DEL MAESTRAT
(MAS DE LA MONTALBANA)
Duration: 3 hours / Difficulty: moderate. Visitors are advised to wear suitable footwear and bring water.
Visit all the rock shelters
The management reserves the right to modify, cancel or change the schedule of any visit.
Visitors are advised to read the recommendations about visits to caves.
* For information about visits to the Remígia cave (Ares del Maestrat), to the Saltadora cave (Les Coves de Vinromà) and the Centelles rock shelter (Albocàsser), please call the museum (964 336 010).
BOOKINGS AND GROUPS
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, visits must be booked in advance.
Visits to Valltorta Museum and visits to caves departing from the museum are free of charge.
To ensure the best possible experience, visits for schoolchildren and groups of more than 20 people must be booked in advance.
Tel. 964 336 010 (Monday to Sunday)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Monday to Friday)
From Valencia or Castellón
Take the A7 to Cabanes. Continue along the CV-10 towards Sant Mateu, as far as the CV-131, towards Tírig. The museum is one kilometre before the town..
Take the AP7 to the Vinaròs exit. Continue along the N-238 to Vinaròs and then take the N-232 towards Morella, as far as Xert. Then take the CV-132 to Sant Mateu and the CV-130 to Tírig.
40º 24' 22'' N, 00º 04' 11'' E.
La Cova de la Remígia
The Valltorta caves open to the public are in mountainous areas not always easy to reach. Visitors should wear comfortable clothes suitable for the weather and footwear for mountain walking, and take sun protection, a hat and water.
The museum is in the countryside more than one kilometre from Tírig, so visitors should take water and food. There is a coffee machine and a beverage machine at the museum.
In Tírig there is a restaurant serving meals and a bar. Visitors willing to travel further afield can go to other towns not far from the museum: Sant Mateu, Albocàsser, Catí, La Salzadella and Les Coves de Vinromà.
Valltorta Museum is accessible to persons with reduced mobility.
Due to the coronavirus, face masks are obligatory, numbers of visitors are limited and visits to caves must be booked in advance.
The caves are situated in natural settings of great cultural, scenic and ecological value that may be dangerous at time so visitors must always follow wardens' instructions. Failure to do so is the sole responsibility of the offenders.
Only enclosed, suitably prepared caves are open to the public, always with wardens present. Caves can only be visited with a guide.
Touching or wetting the paintings is strictly forbidden.
Visitors may not stray beyond the paths or leave any litter. Smoking is prohibited in caves.
Pets are allowed in the caves providing they are on a lead and kept under control by their owners. Owners are responsible for their pets' behaviour and must collect any waste they leave.