Las Cuevas de la Araña
Las Cuevas de la Araña (Bicorp, Valencia) were discovered by Poch and Garí in 1920 and made public by Hernández Pacheco (1924). Located in the Barranco de Hongares (Bicorp), this is one of the most representative sites of Levantine Rock Art. The paintings are found in three niches. The first depicts a series of figures in Levantine style, among which we can distinguish 7 human and 2 animal figures. The second niche has the most motifs (42), among which, in Levantine style, hunting scenes and a well-known honey-collecting scene are to be found. There are also other motifs in Schematic style.
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PR-CV-204. Los cuatro ríos-Las Almas
Length: 13 Km (circular)
Time: 3h 15'