Cueva de Vacamía o de los Riscos, is a natural cave situated in the municipality of Durcal. During the time most of its natural resources, has been robbed. It is situated just next to the Durcal river. At the entrance you have to take the right path which is much wider. On this trail you can visit several rooms, by walking on planks of wood as a parquet floor: It is known as the "Buddhist hall.". Several Buddhist figures appear and seems to be used for religious worship. According to legend, the Moors constipated a treasure trove after their withdrawal when the kingdom of Granada was taken over by the Christians: A cow of cold (real sized), was guarded by the spirit of a warrior. A plan of the cave has been made by municipality of Durcal.