Events

19Oct

October 19th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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13Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
09Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
28Sep

September 28th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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22Sep
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
31Aug

Jornada puertas abiertas 2019

Tavernes de la Valldigna
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10Aug

August 10th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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03Aug
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 19:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
20Jul

July 20th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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13Jul
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 19:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
06Jul
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 19:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
23Jun

June 23th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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15Jun
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
02Jun
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
19May
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
10May
30 ANIVERSARIO COVA DEL BOLOMOR “ La tecnología Neandertal” Actos con motivo del 30 aniversario de las excavaciones e investigaciones  en la Cova del Bolomor (1989-2019) Día 10 de mayo 19:00 h. Bienvenida en Casa de la Cultura de Tavernes por el Alcalde, Jordi Joan, el Secretario Autonómico de Cultura, Albert Girona, el Diputado de Cultura de la Diputación de Valencia, Xavier Rius y la diputada de turismo de la Diputación de Valencia, Pilar Moncho. 19:30 h. “Arqueología y sociedad. La imagen de la arqueología y el arqueólogo en la sociedad actual” por Manuel Pimentel, escritor, editor y presentador del programa Arqueomanía. 20:15 h. “La Cova del Bolomor treinta años de investigación arqueológica” por Josep Fernández, director del yacimiento Cova del Bolomor. 20:30 h. Actuación musical de Silverius de Ura, "Neandertal". 22:00 h. Vino de honor. Día 11 de mayo 10:00-14:00 h. Talleres de talla, fuego y actividades prehistóricas (Centro de interpretación Bolomor - Parking). (Ier encuentro sobre tecnología lítica y análisis del utillaje). Demostración y explicación de los procesos de talla lítica neandertal: Laurence Bourgignon del Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives (Francia) y Felipe Cuartero, profesor de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. 18:00 h. Presentación de los ponentes y conferencias sobre "Patrimonio, investigación y difusión". Salón de Actos Casa de la Cultura. 19:00 h. Conferencia de Juan Luis Arsuaga sobre la "Importancia de la investigación arqueológica. Los Neandertales". 20:15 h. Mesa Redonda abierta "La investigación y la difusión arqueológica: importancia de su contribución social" (Ponentes: Juan Luis Arsuaga, Laurence Bourgignon, Josep Fernández, Evarist Caselles, Ximo López, Emili Aura y Mª Jesús de Pedro. Modera: Miguel Angel Oliver, secretario de estado de comunicación. 21:15 h. Clausura de los actos. Día 12 de mayo 10:30 h. Excursión científica a la Cova del Bolomor. Explicación del yacimiento. cartel_jornadas_30_bolomor Imprimir Imprimir
28Apr
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
27Apr

April 27th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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21Apr
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
24Mar
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. bolomor_cast
24Mar
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. img_20180329_114130      
03Mar
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. bolomor_cast
17Feb
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. bolomor_cast
03Feb
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. bolomor_cast
20Jan
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. bolomor_cast
08Dec

December 8th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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06Dec
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
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02Dec
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
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18Nov
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
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17Nov

November 17th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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04Nov
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 11:00 de la mañana en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
01Nov
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 11:00 de la mañana en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
28Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
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14Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
bolomor_cast
13Oct

August 11th neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
  bolomor-nocturnas_cast
09Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
bolomor_cast
07Oct
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning in the parking located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
bolomor_cast  
23Sep
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 20:00 de la tarde en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
22Sep
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
  bolomor-nocturnas_cast
11Aug

11th august neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
  bolomor-nocturnas_cast  
04Aug
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 20:00 de la tarde en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
28Jul

28th july neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
  bolomor-nocturnas_cast
21Jul

21th july neanderthal camp

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
  bolomor-nocturnas_cast
20Jul
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 20:00 in the afternoon in the parking lot located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
bolomor_cast
14Jul
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 20:00 in the afternoon in the parking lot located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
bolomor
06Jul
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 20:00 in the afternoon in the parking lot located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
lítica
30Jun
Visit to the Cova del Bolomor organized by the Town Hall of Tavernes de la Valldigna, the Tourist Board and the Museum of Prehistory of the Diputación de Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry, hunting and fire. The activity begins at 20:00 in the afternoon in the parking lot located at the foot of the site, from where the path that climbs the cave starts. The price of the normal entrance is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water. Places limited to 100 people. Information and reservations: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tavernes de la Valldigna Tourist Office 96 288 52 64. Opening hours M to F from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.
  lítica
23Jun
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
   
22Jun
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 20:00 de la tarde en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. lítica  
16Jun
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of the aspects that led to the origin of the symbolism, from the first representations manifested in the great Palaeolithic cave paintings, engravings, personal adornments, furniture art, to Levantine art and artistic manifestations of protohistoric periods. This activity also shows the existing themes in prehistoric art and the techniques used for its development. The activity begins at 20:30 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14.   p70930-122402-copia
02Jun

june 2nd nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
bolomor-nocturnas_cast
27May
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast_mayo2018
20May
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of hunting techniques during the prehistory. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. 12079575_773286529463973_3483471145201041463_n
19May

19th may nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
bolomor-nocturnas_caste
06May
«Entre Comarcas» es un programa de visitas turísticas guiadas por las comarcas de la Vall d'Albaida, la Ribera Alta y Baja, la Safor y la Costa-Canal de Navarrés Mediante este programa se mujer a conocer la gran variedad de recursos históricos, artísticos, culturales, naturales, festivos y tradicionales de gran valor patrimonial, monumental, ecológico y paisajístico de los municipios participantes. El domingo 6 de mayo las rutas turísticas se quedan en la Valldigna y se podrán realizar las siguientes visitas: »» 10:30h. Tavernes de la Valldigna: Cueva de Bolomor (Salida desde la entrada principal del Polideportivo) »» 16:30h. Simat de la Valldigna: Ruta «Los Tesoros de Simat», con inicio en el Ayuntamiento y que incluye, la Fuente Grande y el llavador, el Monasterio de Santa Maria de la Valldigna y la antigua Mezquita de la Xara. Inscripciones en el siguiente enlace: goo.gl/nttzif Descarga del programa completo: http://valldalbaida.com/entre-comarques/ 30581776_1933117960094826_4365506958337678429_n
29Apr
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14.
02Apr
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 11:00 de la mañana en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
31Mar

31 de marzo visita nocturna

Tavernes de la Valldigna
El minucioso trabajo de una generación de arqueólogos durante casi 30 años de excavaciones en la Cova del Bolomor, ha permitido recuperar innumerables vestigios que se remontan al origen humano más remoto en nuestras tierras.En esta cueva, fueron depositados durando miles de años huesos de animales y herramientas de piedra, fruto de las actividades que los grupos humanos realizaban junto al fuego. El estudio de estos hallazgos nos ha permitido conocer como cazaban, qué territorios recorrían, como fabricaban sus herramientas y, en definitiva, como vivían. A continuación presenciaremos una "recreación técnica" y realista elaborada por el equipo de investigación, que nos aproximará de una manera fiable a cómo tuvo que ser un campamento neandertal y su organización alrededor del fuego. Es la primera vez que se plantea un proyecto de estas características con interacción de luz, sonido y escenas en vivo, en el mismo y excepcional lugar donde aconteció hace 250,000 años, una escena cotidiana de la vida en el Paleolítico. La recreación escogida en la noche de hoy hace referencia a los avatares de la migración de un grupo neandertal, que desde tierras del interior, menos propicias para la subsistencia, se desplaza a lo largo de semanas hacia el litoral mediterráneo y a la Valldigna. Una vez aquí su territorio se extendía por las fértiles tierras entre las riberas del río Júcar y el Serpis con su campamento residencial en la Cova del Bolomor. Pasad y disfrutad de una experiencia única. bolomor-nocturnas_cast
31Mar
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 11:00 de la mañana en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
29Mar

29 de marzo visita nocturna

Tavernes de la Valldigna
El minucioso trabajo de una generación de arqueólogos durante casi 30 años de excavaciones en la Cova del Bolomor, ha permitido recuperar innumerables vestigios que se remontan al origen humano más remoto en nuestras tierras.En esta cueva, fueron depositados durando miles de años huesos de animales y herramientas de piedra, fruto de las actividades que los grupos humanos realizaban junto al fuego. El estudio de estos hallazgos nos ha permitido conocer como cazaban, qué territorios recorrían, como fabricaban sus herramientas y, en definitiva, como vivían. A continuación presenciaremos una "recreación técnica" y realista elaborada por el equipo de investigación, que nos aproximará de una manera fiable a cómo tuvo que ser un campamento neandertal y su organización alrededor del fuego. Es la primera vez que se plantea un proyecto de estas características con interacción de luz, sonido y escenas en vivo, en el mismo y excepcional lugar donde aconteció hace 250,000 años, una escena cotidiana de la vida en el Paleolítico. La recreación escogida en la noche de hoy hace referencia a los avatares de la migración de un grupo neandertal, que desde tierras del interior, menos propicias para la subsistencia, se desplaza a lo largo de semanas hacia el litoral mediterráneo y a la Valldigna. Una vez aquí su territorio se extendía por las fértiles tierras entre las riberas del río Júcar y el Serpis con su campamento residencial en la Cova del Bolomor. Pasad y disfrutad de una experiencia única. bolomor-nocturnas_cast
29Mar
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna, el Patronato de Turismo y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 11:00 de la mañana en el parking situado a los pies del yacimiento, desde donde arranca la senda que sube a la cueva. El precio de la entrada normal es de 4 euros y los niños menores de 6 años 1,50 euros. Se recomienda llevar calzado cómodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14. bolomor_cast
04Mar
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor visitas 2018
18Feb
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor visitas 2018
04Feb
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
21Jan
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
07Jan
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
10Dec
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
08Dec

8th december nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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08Dec
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 11:00 in the morning at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast  
25Nov
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
28Oct
Come with family to discover Bolomor and enjoy activities for all ages, performances and much more! cartell-bolomor-presentacio-cas-v2_low cartell-bolomor-presentacio-2-cas-v2_low
14Oct

14th october nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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14Oct
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
12Oct
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
09Oct
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
07Oct
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor_cast
02Sep

2th september open doors

Tavernes de la Valldigna
El dia 1 de septiembre Habrá talleres a partir de les 19:00 h en la Avinguda de la Marina de la Platja de Tavernes (junto al Tourist Info) El dia 2 de septiembre Habrá talleres en el aparcamiento de la Cova del Bolomor (Camí de l'Ombria) y visitas guiadas. Importante: El número de visitates es limitado. Será necesaria la inscripción previa en el Poliesportiu, teléfono 962 822 816 o esports@tavernes.org puertas_abiertas_cast
19Aug

19th august nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
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06Aug
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor
05Aug

5th august nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
29Jul
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 18:00 in the afternoon at the parking located at the foot of the site, from where starts the path that goes up to the cave.The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor
15Jul

15th july nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
11Jun
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: 645 977 022; e-mail: visitas@bolomor.com; Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. bolomor
14May
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
30Apr

30th april nocturnal guided tour

Tavernes de la Valldigna
The meticulous work of a generation of archaeologists during almost 30 years of excavations in the Cova del Bolomor has allowed to recover innumerable vestiges that go back to the most remote human origin in our lands. In this cave, thousands of years were deposited animal bones And tools of stone, fruit of the activities that the human groups realized next to the fire. The study of these findings has allowed us to know how they hunted, what territories they traveled, how they manufactured their tools and, ultimately, how they lived. Below we will witness a realistic and technical "recreation" developed by the research team, which will bring us in a reliable way to what a Neanderthal camp and its organization around the fire had to be. It is the first time that a project of these characteristics with an interaction of light, sound and live scenes, in the same and exceptional place where 250,000 years ago happened, a daily scene of life in the Paleolithic. The recreation chosen in the night today refers to the avatars of the migration of a Neanderthal group, which from less inland, less favorable to subsistence, travels for weeks to the Mediterranean coast and the Valldigna. Once here its territory extended by the fertile lands between the banks of the river Júcar and the Serpis with its residential camp in the Cove of the Bolomor. Come and enjoy a unique experience.
bolomor-nocturnas
30Apr
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com   bolomor
13Apr
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
12Mar
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
19Feb
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
22Jan
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
06Dec
Bolomor Cave guided tour organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com bolomor
13Nov
Bolomor Cave Visit organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public M to F from 10 to 14. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com   bolomor
29Oct
El minucioso trabajo de una generación de arqueólogos durante casi 30 años de excavaciones en la Cova del Bolomor, ha permitido recuperar innumerables vestigios que se remontan al origen humano más remoto en nuestras tierras.En esta cueva, fueron depositados durando miles de años huesos de animales y herramientas de piedra, fruto de las actividades que los grupos humanos realizaban junto al fuego. El estudio de estos hallazgos nos ha permitido conocer como cazaban, qué territorios recorrían, como fabricaban sus herramientas y, en definitiva, como vivían. A continuación presenciaremos una "recreación técnica" y realista elaborada por el equipo de investigación, que nos aproximará de una manera fiable a cómo tuvo que ser un campamento neandertal y su organización alrededor del fuego. Es la primera vez que se plantea un proyecto de estas características con interacción de luz, sonido y escenas en vivo, en el mismo y excepcional lugar donde aconteció hace 250,000 años, una escena cotidiana de la vida en el Paleolítico. La recreación escogida en la noche de hoy hace referencia a los avatares de la migración de un grupo neandertal, que desde tierras del interior, menos propicias para la subsistencia, se desplaza a lo largo de semanas hacia el litoral mediterráneo y a la Valldigna. Una vez aquí su territorio se extendía por las fértiles tierras entre las riberas del río Júcar y el Serpis con su campamento residencial en la Cova del Bolomor. Pasad y disfrutad de una experiencia única. bolomor-nocturnas_cast
08Oct
Bolomor Cave Visit organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public L to 10 to 14 V , S and D from 10 to 14 and 16 to 18. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com   oct_2016
25Sep
4 Bolomor Cave guided tour for Montduber Trail 2016 runners. More info: http://www.mondubertrail.com/marcha/
01Aug
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The 28th excavation season at Bolomor Cave starts today until september 25th
09Jul

9 july guided tour and demonstration

Tavernes de la Valldigna
Bolomor Cave Visit organized by Tavernes de la Valldigna city council and the Museum of Prehistory of the Provincial Council of Valencia. The activity consists of a guided tour of the site and a demonstration of lithic industry elaboration, hunting and fire making. The activity begins at 10:00 am at the House of Culture of Tavernes de la Valldigna, from where we will walk to the cave ( 2.5 km away) .The normal entrance price is 4 euros and children under 6 years 1.50 euros. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and carry water. Limited to 100 visitors. Information and booking: Tourist Office Tavernes 96 288 52 64. Open to the public L to 10 to 14 V , S and D from 10 to 14 and 16 to 18. Can also be booked at the e -mail visitas@bolomor.com BOLOMOR julio
02Jul
The Tourist Board of the Provincial Government of Valencia organized the 1st Meeting "Entre Comarques" 2016 that will have as central activity the visit of Bolomor Cave. info and booking.
http://www.valenciaturisme.org/es/oferta/i-trobada-entre-comarques-2016/ A-4-TEC-València-Turisme
26Jun

Visita y taller didáctico

Tavernes de la Valldigna
IMG-20160221-WA0048 Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 10:00 de la mañana en la Casa de la Cultura de Tavernes de la Valldigna, desde donde se va caminando hasta la cueva (distancia 2,5 km). Se recomienda levar calzado comodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14, S y D de 10 a 14 y de 16 a 18. También podeis reservar plaza en el e-mail visitas@bolomor.com
12Jun
IMG-20160221-WA0049 Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 10:00 de la mañana en la Casa de la Cultura de Tavernes de la Valldigna, desde donde se va caminando hasta la cueva (distancia 2,5 km). Se recomienda levar calzado comodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14, S y D de 10 a 14 y de 16 a 18. También podeis reservar plaza en el e-mail visitas@bolomor.com
15May

Visita y taller didáctico

Casa de la Cultura de Tavernes de la Valldigna
Visita a la Cova del Bolomor organizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tavernes de la Valldigna y el Museo de Prehistoria de la Diputación de Valencia. La actividad consta de una visita guiada al yacimiento y una demostración de industria lítica, caza y fuego. La actividad comienza a las 10:00 de la mañana en la Casa de la Cultura de Tavernes de la Valldigna, desde donde se va caminando hasta la cueva (distancia 2,5 km). Se recomienda levar calzado comodo y agua. Plazas limitadas a 100 personas. Información y reservas: Oficina de turismo de Tavernes de la Valldigna 96 288 52 64. Horario de atención al público L a V de 10 a 14, S y D de 10 a 14 y de 16 a 18. También podeis reservar plaza en el e-mail visitas@bolomor.com
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