During the months of July and August visits to Bolomor Cave will be complemented with a night activity, which recreates a Neanderthal camp site as it was 235,000 years ago. This activity will combine ornamental elements, archaeological replicas, sound, image and theatrical production to tell the story of a Neanderthal group that reached the Valldigna and decided to camp in the cave by establishing fire places, which are one of the earliest evidence in the Iberian Peninsula.
The activity, which has the support of the Tavernes de la Valldigna City Council and the Tourist Board of the Provincial Council of Valencia, will last 50 minutes and is limited to groups of 30 people. The price is 8 euros/visitor.
Saturday 9th and July 23th
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