Largest geoart (geocaching)
Lucas Herraiz García
1010 total number
España (Toledo)

The largest geoart (geocaching) consists of 1010 geocaches, achieved by Lucas Herraiz García (Spain), in Toledo, Castilla La-Mancha, Spain, on 31 March 2020.

Placed by a geocacher, a "geocache" is usually made with a waterproof container, containing a logbook (with pen and/or pencil) and trade items or trackables. Once hidden, the geocacher records the cache's coordinates. These coordinates, along with other details of the location, are posted on a listing site (typically Other geocachers obtain the coordinates from that listing site and seek out the cache using their handheld GPS receivers. The finding geocachers record their exploits in the logbook and online, but then must return the cache to the same coordinates so that other geocachers may find it. Geocachers are free to take objects (except the logbook, pencil, or stamp) from the cache in exchange for leaving something of similar or higher value.

Lucas' geoart depicts a treasure map, made from the 1010 geocaches placed a minimum of 100 m (109.36 yards) apart, when plotted on a map.