Setenil De Las Bodegas - a village built into the cliffs

Setenil de las Bodegas is a white village with a difference. As Atlas Obscura writes, the buildings are built into the rocky cliffs, leaving overhangs of rock over the streets. The Moors built the village in the 12th century, using the surrounding cliffs as a natural protection. The buildings are pretty much the same today, as you walk the winding narrow streets or enjoy a coffee or beer, with the cliffs hanging over you.