It’s situated 17,5 kilometres northwest of the town centre, close to Casa del Guarda (“the house of the guard”) in Monte Arabí.
Tourist and recreational value:
What’s so special about it?:
It’s a cave of medium dimensions associated to popular legends. We can see bats as well as amphibians (such as common parsley frog) inside it.
The area is included within the definition of protected area for the cultural interest sites (“Bien de Interés Cultural”) of Cantos de Visera I and II, Abrigos del Mediodía I and II and petroglyphs, located in Monte Arabí.
It’s a small cave which was formed due to dissolution of soluble rocks from a fissure. The entrance to the cave is at ground level, with a diameter of 0,60 metres. Then there is a short tunnel which must be crossed by crawling while descending slightly. Behind this tunnel there is a small room and several galleries which aren’t very long. It’s located in a relatively flat area with esparto field and rosemaries together with some dispersed Aleppo pines near a road.