Jameos del Agua is located on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, (an autonomous part of Spain). The cave was created by the flow of lava approximately 3,000 years ago and it is a part of the Green Caves (Cueva de los Verdes) cave-system which are about a mile away. Jameos del Agua is a home to a special specie of white cancer (Munidopsis polymorpha), which apart from Jameos del Agua can only be found in the ocean depth of approximately 2000 meters.
Adjacent to the cave there is a garden with a large artificial swimming pool, a dance floor and bars which were built into the rocks.
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