Setenil de las Bodegas is a town in southern Spain. It’s known for its whitewashed houses built into the surrounding cliffs. The town’s hilltop castle was once an Arab fortress. This unique village is the only one in this part of Andalucia with troglodyte dwellings built into the rock. Unlike in Guadix, no chimneys are visible here, just rows of houses that seem to support the rock from which they have been dug.
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