When small is big
This cave is a perfect example of a small subterranean space hiding valuable natural treasures making for a visit a great tourism experience.
The Adsubia cave* extends almost 80 metres, with a descent of 15 metres. Despite its small size, it has important groups of stalagmites and stalactites, seen in great numbers and varieties in a spectacular 600 square metre hall. The tour starts in a small passage to access the interior of this hall, with a stepped slope to the bottom of the cavity. At this point, there is a platform to observe close up the abundance of mineral formations. On the way back an alternative path is taken, also stepped, which climbs the side of the hall to reach a new viewpoint in the central part. The visit lasts 30 minutes and is suitable for everyone. *Also known as Canalobres Cave. Not to be confused with the Canelobre Caves in Cabezó de Oro, Busot