Falla de la Sierra del Camorro is a geological fault defined by its planar fractures that give it a truly unique appearance. The limestone gives the surroundings a whitish hue.
The fault has created a number of cavities, including many tunnels and caves. Cueva de Belda, for instance, is over 200m long and currently has three lakes due to waterlogging.
The fault is also home to a large number of bat colonies. There are also archaeological remains, such as Medina Belda.
- Recommended for families
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area