Cuevas del Diablo

Castilla-La Mancha

Cuevas del Diablo is a vast cave complex with tunnels, a terrace overlooking the river, and a private collection of eccentric and historical artefacts and farming tools (there's also a dance floor with disco ball). A complimentary drink is included in the price. Owner Juan José Martínez is easy to spot around town thanks to his flamboyant Dalí-style moustache.

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