Gorafe is 92 km northeast of Granada, at an altitude of 854 m.

A unique element of Gorafe is the troglodyte habitat, fruit of a society rooted in the land, taking advantage of and adapting to a natural environment in which most cave houses are currently inhabited.

Among the main attractions of this small town are its 240 Neolithic dolmens that make it the largest concentration of prehistoric burial mounds in Spain, and one of the most important in Europe.


hermeneutically The Colorados

One of the most beautiful places in the Gorafe Desert, The Colorados were named for the colors of their big red clay canyons. The walls of the largest slope in the valley allow you to appreciate the stratification that was left by the great inner lake that existed here, throughout the millions of years in which the strata of the lake were accumulated.