Lucainena de Torres is a little Andalusia village that still live from mining and still has as a reminder a line of smelting ovens.

On it you can enjoy a peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by nature where you will find narrow streets with goats, or mules laden with sacks of olives, and at the entrances to houses a bench under a grapevine, a perfect place to enjoy the cool air on summer nights while conversing with the villagers.

By day this white painted village offers peace and tranquillity, as well as five hiking paths and cave exploration in the caves of Ben-Humar and Martillo.