Los Calares del Rio Mundo y de la Sima Nature Reserve

Los Calares del Rio Mundo y de la Sima Nature Reserve
 

Overview
The Calares del Río Mundo y de la Sima Nature Reserve comprises the sites known as: Calar del Mundo, Calar de En Medio, Chorros del río Mundo, Poljé de la Cañada de los Mojones, Sierra del Cujón and Calar de la Sima.

Sightseeing
It has a rich endo-Karst area in the site called "la Cueva de los Chorros (the Jet Cave)", with over 85 explored cavities, with the cave that provides the name to the complex being one of the most noteworthy. Because of its surface, this cave is considered the first cave in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula and the eighth cave in the Iberian Peninsula.

Geology
This Calares del Río Mundo y de la Sima Nature Reserve contains an extraordinary and rich Karst development because of its shape. The area is the second in Spain for its number of sinkholes, with around 960 sinkholes.

 

 
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