Las Cuevas Blancas (the White Caves) are in the protected nature park Parque Rural de Doramas. The Caves have over 80 years of history and are 300 m2 in area.
Originally the Caves were used as shelter for cattle (cows and sheep) and for storing crops and agricultural tools. In 1941 shepherds also started occupying the caves.
The walls and ceiling have been lined with gunite. The bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and dining areas have been painted white, adding luminosity and beauty to the Caves.
The Caves maintain a constant temperature throughout the whole year (19-20 ºC), thanks to their thick walls and unique architecture. This adds to the comfort and wellbeing one feels inside the Caves.
Las Cuevas Blancas are in a privileged rural setting, surrounded by a 27,000 square metre garden crisscrossed with paths through laurels, fruit trees, indigenous flora; culinary, aromatic and medicinal plants; flowers, cactuses, etc.
The view of the sea and mountains from the Caves’ outside terrace is extraordinary.
Las Cuevas Blancas have 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4 living areas, a games room, a Minibar, an interior patio and 2 kitchens.
They are a perfect choice for groups, celebrations and retreats for up to 15 people.