The Cultural Landscape is a landscape of places and of human settlement from ancient times, each one unique but having  the common denominator of habitats in caves, either natural or, in particular, artificial. This gives us a perception of the different values with which this space is endowed: natural and cultural, pre-European and European.

At the same time, a global observation of these sites enables us to understand that this large territory is interconnected and the different settlements are interrelated and overlap each other to create a coherent whole which contributed to the development of all aspects of the life lived by the hundreds of previous generations.