The city of Guadix is located on a plateau below the northern slopes of the Sierra Nevada and covers most of the province of Granada and part of the province of Almeria. The area is one of the earliest inhabited in Europe, inhabited since millions of years ago. To this day, thousands of cave dwellers live here - a population of the so-called Troglodyte cities.Judging by the appearance of the homes, anyone would call these people primitive, but they by no means live in isolation and know how to take full advantage of the wonders of modern life. Despite the association that evokes the expression "caveman", Guadix tells and broadcasts things that definitely attract and impress tourists from all over the world. In this province is the largest concentration of inhabited caves in Europe - over 4000. Guadix is a mixture of old and new, and the modern is not at all foreign to the locals. The most impressive part of the city is the Ermita Nueva cave area, located behind the Church of Santiago. More than half of the city's population lives there. Other attractions are: a cathedral built between the 16th and 18th centuries, which combines three architectural styles - Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque; the remaining ruins of the Moorish castle "Guadix"; "Cueva Museo" – a magnificent reconstruction of a traditional cave house, including furniture, antiques and farm implements; "Museo de Alfareria" - a modest museum of pottery in a renovated cave dwelling.