Torcal de Antequera is a Natural Area and it’s home to one of the most impressive areas of karst (limestone) landscapes anywhere in Europe. Its name comes from the dolines or “torcas”, strange rock formations in the shape of circular depressions. Limestone dominates at El Torcal. This rock is 150 million years old, formed by marine sediments that are highly susceptible to erosion. The slow but constant action of rain, snow and wind on this material gradually shaped this characteristic landscape. Its caves and fissures are the perfect environment for caving and potholing. There is a wide variety of bird […]
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