Grotto of Hercules
The Grottes of Hercule are located 14 kilometres from the White City. Given the area’s archeology and history, it’s a magnificent and surprising place to visit. As the story goes, this mythical place is linked to Hercules after successfully completing his 12 tasks. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocena, the entrances are flooded during high tide. To this day, no one knows how the grottos were formed or under what conditions. But the popular belief is that they were built by an ancient civilization for protection from the dangers and invaders coming from the Mediterranean Sea. From here, catch a glimpse of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Spanish coast. Authorities don’t recommended swimming here due to the strong currents.