Cuevas de la Villa

Valencia Province

Within the intestines of Plaza Albornoz is a network of interlinked cellars, once used as storerooms, winemaking bodegas and, during strife, hideouts. They date back to Moorish times. Guided visits take you down to this intriguing subterranean world.

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