The house gets its name from the cave that is found in the garden. The baumas are ancient caves used by shepherds to shelter their flocks on rainy days or to protect them from wild animals at night. Moreover, it is a cool place to spend the hottest hours of the day, assumingguests are not enjoying the pool and furnished deck area, or barbecuing in the covered barbecue area.
The layout of the ground floor is designed to offer an open space that retains all the charm of wood beams and ceilings. The predominance of white on the walls and in the decorative elements brings light and spaciousness to the rooms, which are decorated in a basically rustic though comfortable style. The bedrooms are located on the top floor, one of them offering access to a small patio overlooking the cave.