There are various caves near the village, of which the most important is the Cueva de Cerdaña.
The Cueva de Cerdaña is located on the slopes of the Cerdaña peak, and is surrounded by high mountains covered in pines and kermes oaks.
Famously the site of a shrine to nature in the Iberian period, a lovely legend mentions this cave. It is a must-see for hiking and caving enthusiasts, due to the various galleries full of stalagmites and stalactites that decorate its interior.
Other caves include Corderina, Ahumada, Murciénaga, del Pubelo and del Alemán.