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Turn up by the cathedral, buy ticket from a cafe, get on little road train, go to cave quarter. You're pointed to two cave homes that are open for visitors (there are others) free of charge, the cave museum (for a charge) and the mirador....More
Definitely worth breaking a journey or taking a detour to visit this fascinating city with its cave houses and historic monuments. Friendly people and s range of authentic and more upmarket bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from.
We visited the Caves and the wonderful Church there which is part cave. We went by the tourist train and also with a horse and carriage ride too. The Caves are interesting and the owners fun people. The lookout has spectacular views. The Cave church...More
Guadix is a really interesting city to visit and will provide you with a full day of sightseeing. Because of the motorway system it is very accessible, we drove from Iznajar and it is only 90 minutes easy driving. The cathedral, old town and castle...More
We made a stop in Guadix on our trip thru Andalucía. There we went to see famous caves where people used to live. We visited one of that caves which is now a museum. It is not to be missed if you pass nearby.
A lovely cathedral, some stylish municipal housing, some great pavements restaurants, free street parking, interest all around especially the cave-dwellings, set in a fascinating landscape of remarkable geology........... Why bother with the Costas when the interior of Spain offers so much more?
Guadix has much to offer historically and architecturally. Conveniently, most of this is concentrated within the part-walled old town, which is walkable without too much effort. The tourist information office in the Casa Consistorial in the Plaza de la Constitución does a very helpful street...More
When in Guadix, we only visited the cave-houses or "cuevas". We got directions from a local and drove up the hill taking narrow streets until we reached a small parking lot next to a church. There, we saw a few hand made signs that advertised...More
We first found Guadix in 2003, when friends recommended the amazing market on Saturday mornings. It used to be held around the cathedral, but relocated to an area near the huge dry riverbed that is a stunning feature of the town. The market is worth...More