在林孔德拉维多利亚，还有被称为“厄尔尼诺康塔尔省”是家庭对形成于侏罗纪时期，一系列悬崖的区域。 These cliffs overlook the Mediterranean and hide a prize within: The Treasure Cave.
只有三个海洋来源的洞穴在世界上已知的，这个洞穴是欧洲大陆唯一的一个。 The stories and legends surrounding the mysterious cave date back to the Palaeolithic and the Early Bronze Age. But it was the Romans and the Arabs who were truly obsessed with the cave and the treasure buried within.
被称为宝藏洞的意义很久以前，当地居民归功于神奇和超自然现象的区域。 In the twelfth century, many believed that the emperor of the Almoravid dynasty, Tasufín Ibn Ali, hid an impressive treasure in the cavern. Others believed that the treasures were hidden by five Moorish Kings who had fled from the revolts of their lands.
当一系列石榴石出现在十八世纪的洞穴，毫无疑问仍然是传说都是真的。 Swiss Antonio de la Nari, dedicated his life exploring the cave and opening new galleries with explosives. But his intense fascination with the cave would finally take his life. He tragically died within the rocky shelter in 1847, killed by his own explosives.
但它是曼努埃尔·拉杂帕拉西奥谁进行了洞穴的最深处研究。 He owned it for almost four decades until his death in 1988. During his work, he was stunned to find an oil lamp and six pure gold coins from the Almoravid dynasty.