Setenil de las Bodegas, Cadiz Province, Andalucia, Spain

Setenil de las Bodegas was named for its once flourishing wineries (bodegas), but these days it is known for its almonds and olives. The village is unique, in that it grew from a network of caves, set in the cliffs above the River Trejo. The homes and restaurants are still a glowing white, but often appear to be emerging directly from the rocks and their interiors are dug out of the cliff itself. Some are even known to have olive groves growing on their roofs.