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Had been recommended to visit Guadix specifically to see the cave dwellings. It’s easy to drive to the area but we walked up the hill, past the cathedral and the fort taking a few photo opportunities along the way.
The first information centre was closed...More
Being familiar with the cave dwellings and pub (Trip to Jerusalem) in Nottingham, England, we visited Guadix specifically to see the cave dwellings while staying in the Armeria area. The trip is easy to do from that area in a day either by car or...More
Did not expect much, but to find ourselves in a district of Guadix created from "cave house" was fascinating. Best place to go was the museum where the lady in charge, in perfect English, was full of explanations and answers for our questions and the...More
I saw pictures of this village and i wasn't sure it is a "must" intil i arrived there. You saw many white cheminies. I asked a person to enter his cave and it was entersting to see how they live inside. I pay him for...More
I personally loved it. Stunning views and very surrealistic experience. It seams that we moved to a land of hobbits for a moment. Also recommend to everyone museum of the cave dwelling (museo de casa cueva). All interactive features are also in English.
Cave dwellings having existed in this area as far back as the Arab invasion in the 8th century, although most of the caves were created in the 16th century and onwards.
Many of the dwellings have running water and lighting and are open for you...More