Cueva del Moro of Tarifa
Located inside the Estrecho Natural Park, the Moorish Cave (Cueva del Moro, in spanish) is home to ancient engravings of horses and other signs as well as red rock paintings. The Upper Paleolithic remains date as far back as 20,000 years. The most impressive engraving is that of a pregnant mare measuring 1.08 m in length and 78 cm in heighth.
The prints were made by hunter-gatherer tribes in naturalistic style of exceptional conservation, whose main characteristic is the representation of the lateral outline view.
Some gates protect the entrance to the cave, but the prints can be seen from outside. The visit to the Cueva del Moro can be done as part of a hike through the Parque del Estrecho (see tour).