Tucked away in the south of Spain is a small town of approximately 3,000 people. It's so small, in fact, that you might even say it's under a rock. In another case, where reality is stranger than fiction, the town is literally situated beneath an enormous rock.
Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain was settled during the 1st century AD and today is home to some of the region's best restaurants and bars.
The small Andalusian town, northeast of Cadiz, was built alongside a river gorge eroded by the Rio Trejo. Many of the houses are built into and under the walls of the gorge itself. Some houses only needed a single façade, using the natural surroundings.
According to historians and scientists, people have lived in this region since pre-historic times.
It's no wonder why tourists visit this town throughout the year.
This is definitely something that you can't see anywhere else.
Setenil de las Bodegas is not for the faint of heart. Or, at least, it's not for claustrophobics.
I wouldn't want to get caught in there.
Well known for its chorizo, pastries, olive oil and Andalusian wines, it’s worth stopping by if you ever find yourself in the area. As one of the most unique cities in the world, it will bring a whole new meaning to that phrase, “between a rock and a hard place."
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