Combined route in Ulldecona: cave paintings Abrigos de la Ermita and visit to the thousand-year-old olive trees of Arión
Join this experience and combine the best of Ulldecona: visit the cave paintings Abrigos de la Ermita and finish with the millenary olive trees of Arión.
On this route we will combine two of the most interesting visits in the area. We will start by visiting the exceptional set of Levantine paintings declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the cave paintings of the Hermitage. We will start with a brief explanation at the Interpretation Centre of the Ermita de la Pietat de Ulldecona to learn about the history of the humans who lived there more than 7,000 years ago. Once the visit is over, we will complete the morning visiting the millenary olive trees of Arión and its famous olive grove of more than 1,700 years old. We will finish the route with a tasting of varietal and millenary olive oils from the same vineyard, an essential visit!
What will you do?
We will visit the Interpretation Centre with 2 shelters with cave paintings and we will take a guided tour through a natural area surrounded by olive trees and a tasting of olive oil.
From the hermitage we will walk only 450 metres to where we will find the shelters and make our first visit. Once back in Ulldecona, we will travel in private cars to the estate of the thousand-year-old olive trees.
Qualified guide Guided tour Visit to the estate Olive oil tasting
What should I bring?
Sports shoes and cap.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.