Cueva del Lagrimal
It’s a very big cave (330 square metres of surface). The entrance is 14,5 metres high by 5 metres wide and it is 30,5 metres deep. The roof of the cave is blackened. Its formation was due to a longitudinal fissure going over the roof of the cave, through which water filters, dissolving rocks. It’s located in one of the most beautiful corners of the municipality, surrounded by holm oaks, gall-oaks, Aleppo pines and dense laurel bushes.
Cueva de la Horadada
It’s a big hollow space drilled into a rock, with a hole in the roof. The entrance consists of a big mouth located in the front part of the cave, oriented towards East measuring 20 x 20 approximately, 35 metres deep and 35 metres of maximum height. It has a slope rising from the entrance. The rock inside the cave has formed hexagonal shapes or cells from wind erosion. It’s located in the mountainside, surrounded by the pine wood and the brushwood together with kermes oaks, junipers, rockroses…etc.
Cueva del Tesoro
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.