Rincon de la Victoria
The Cueva del Tesoro is a sea cave located in the town of Rincón de la Victoria, in the province of Malaga, Spain.
It is believed that the cave was formed about 5 million years ago and is one of only three known underwater caves in the world.
The Cueva del Tesoro is famous for the legends surrounding its name, which suggest that pirates and Moors hid treasures inside it for centuries. However, no evidence of any treasure has ever been found in the cave.
The cave is also known for its impressive rock formations and beautiful saltwater pools. Visitors can explore the cave through a path that goes through its galleries and rooms, and enjoy the spectacular views of the rock formations and the nearby beach.
The Cueva del Tesoro is a popular tourist attraction on the Costa del Sol and is visited by thousands of people every year who come to admire its natural beauty and explore its fascinating history.