Guadix is one of the most ancient human settlements in Spain. The cave houses that make up the neighborhoods in the city are perhaps Guadix's most characteristic element and are still inhabited today. This monumental city preserves an interesting historical heritage and its 11th-century turrets offer magnificent views of the Vega, the city and the Sierra Nevada.
While walking through Guadix you can time travel through different cultures and civilizations by simply strolling through the narrow streets and grand monuments. The religious architecture in Guadix is widely celebrated and includes buildings of interest including the Cathedral and the churches of Santa Ana, Santo Domingo and San Francisco.
Gorafe's Megalithic Park is an archaeological deposit adapted for visitors, located in Gorafe's municipal area. It is one of the best examples of Megalithism in the southern Iberian Peninsula due to its numerous funerary monuments.