|Location:||Near Vall D'Uixó. 6km from the N340, 25km south west Castellón.|
JAN to MAY daily 11-13:15, 15:30-17:45.
JUN to JUL daily 11-13:15, 15:30-18:30.
AUG daily 11-13:15, 15:30-19:15.
SEP daily 11-13:15, 15:30-18:30.
OCT to DEC daily 11-13:15, 15:30-17:45.
Adults EUR 9.50, Children (4-13) EUR 4.50, Children (0-3) free, Seniors EUR 6, Family (2+2) EUR .
Groups (25+): Adults EUR 6.
|Classification:||Karst cave. River cave.|
Rio Subterréneo de San José, Vall D'Uixó, Castellón, Tel: +34-964690576, Fax: +34-964690576.
Ajuntamiento de la Vall d'Uixo', Plaza de Centro, 1, 12600 La Vall D'Uixo', Tel: +34-964-690184, Fax: +34-964-667662.
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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|18th century||mentioned in Historia Natural, Geografía, Agricultura, Población y Frutos del Reino de Valencia (Observations on History Natural, Geography, Agriculture, Population and Fruits of Kingdom of Valencia) by the Naturalist Josep Cavanilles (Vol I, pp 115-116).|
|1902||two groups competed in exploring the cave.|
|1915||explorationby the famous historian Carlos Sarthou Carreres.|
|1926||a party of esplorers reached the Llac de Diana (Lake of Diana) but was unable to cross the Galeria dels Sifons (Gallery of the Siphons).|
|1929||Herminio Arroyas Martinez died in the cave while trying to develop the cave for tourists by installing footbridges.|
|1936||footbridges replaced by a boat, electric light installed.|
|1950||new entrance tunnel built to oid the Mouth of the Furnace.|
|1954||explorations by the cavers group of the Centre Excursioniste de València.|
|1958||first survey by the same group.|
|13-NOV-1960||Galeria dels Sifons finally crossed by Joaquin Saludes from the Centre d'Investigacions i Activitats Subacuatiques de Valencia.|
|14-APR-1961||tunnel completed to reach the cave behind the Galeria dels Sifons.|
|1971||new galleries discovered.|
|1973||new parts opened to the public.|
|1975||new galleries discovered.|
|2019||LED light by Cave Lighting.|
Rio Subterréneo de San José is, as the name says, a river cave. The visit is done by boat, and the river is said to be the longest navigable cave river in Europe (what ever this means).