Guadix (gwah-deeks), a lively provincial town near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, is best known for its cave dwellings, many of which are still occupied by local townsfolk. Caves apart, the town boasts a handsome historic core centred on an imposing Renaissance-baroque cathedral. The accitanos (from the town’s Moorish name, Wadi Acci) also enjoy some excellent, tourist-free tapas bars.
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