El Torcal de Antequera has a fascinating landscape, made up of karst formations, formed over millions of years. The official website reckons the limestone bed was formed in the Jurassic period, some 150 million years ago. Erosion has created a series of fractures, rocky outcrops and caves that are fun to visit. Some have been named for their similarity to the Sphinx or camels. Visitors should watch out for the rare Spanish Ibex that also explores this area.