Ardales Cave

Ardales Cave, also known as Trinidad Grund Cave, was discovered in 1821 after an earthquake opened up the current entrance. TheArdales Cave Archaeological Site, which has one of the largest collections of Paleolithic engravings in the Iberian Peninsula, can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday, as part of a tour that takes in Ardales’ Municipal Museum of History and Traditions as well as the cave itself. The cave is located between Ardales and Carratraca in a small, remote massif known as “La Serrezuela” (The Little Mountain) within a karstic landscape, in the region of Guadalteba.