Although it does not look like it from the outside, it is full of luxury on the inside.
If you think about it, living in a cave is not a far-fetched idea. It is naturally warm in winter and cool in summer, and it is also very environmentally friendly. In fact, thousands of people still live in caves in Spain, and some cave houses are quite elegant.
If anyone ever thought they’d like to experience the life of cave dwellers—let’s face it, there are so many of us in this heat—then you can do it now. With a house called Cuevas Almagruz, Airbnb offers people a chance to live the life of a real caveman and relax in a huge ancient cave in the village of Purullena in Granada, southern Spain.
Before anyone thinks, no, this isn’t a damp, dripping old cave. not at all. Equipped with distinctive furnishings, a high-quality lounge and a huge outdoor swimming pool, outstanding luxury awaits everyone in Al Majrouz.
Forget cooking over a campfire, rock pillows, and social isolation: this place is fully stocked. There is a kitchen, beds with elegant linens, and Wi-Fi.
Furthermore, Almagruz boasts its own on-site museum and is a great place to learn about the history of cave dwellings. Who can resist?
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