Stay in the famous caves of Guadix in Spain’s famous Granada province. While most of the world’s caves are ancient, agricultural workers carved these from soft stone over the last 200 years. Today you can stay in any one of these luxuriously appointed grottos. They keep a comfortable temperature all year round, and you won’t be kept awake by noisy patrons as the walls are solid stone.
There is a cave-adapted for the disabled and a romantic cave for couples with a Jacuzzi. The hotel also has a swimming pool, fragrant garden, and the restaurant serves traditional Spanish Tapas. The local town of Guadix was once conquered by Julius Caesar and is home to Byzantine churches and Ottoman mosques that reflect the region's diverse history. There are a number of dramatic Catholic and wine festivals throughout the year, including the interesting “dancing masses”. So stay here and experience Spain rich as thick tomato sauce.