The Cuevas de Ajuy are a set of volcanic caves located on the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula, near Ajuy in the autonomous community of the Canary Islands. The caves were formed by a volcanic eruption many centuries ago and are now an important tourist attraction. The impressive rocky formations and black sand beaches in the area are sure to delight any visitor. It is one of the few places in the world where you can admire the beauty of this volcanic heritage. The caves are an ideal spot for snorkeling and kayaking, as well as diving and exploring the mysterious depths of the sea. It is also the perfect place to observe the coexistence of different species of birds, plants, fish and invertebrates. Explorers can also take a leisurely stroll around the area and observe sea turtles, starfish, sponges and jellyfish. A unique and unforgettable experience awaits you in Cuevas de Ajuy.
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