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  • Salobreña Castle. Granada.

A picturesque medina of small, white houses nestling over the Mediterranean Sea and overlooked by an old Arabic castle. Towering above the sea, it has long beaches for soaking up the sun.Read more...

What to see Explore the maze-like old quarter, with its winding narrow streets lined with quaint white houses, splashes of bright flowers, impressive doorways, arches… You'll discover all this and more when strolling around the areas known as La Loma, La Fuente, El Brocal and El Albaycín. The castle is very well preserved and open to the public. From its defensive towers and Keep, you can enjoy breathtaking views of Salobreña. Other interesting visits include the Church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, La Fuente park and Gambullón park and viewpoints. Along the coast, you can go to several beaches. We especially recommend those of Charca/Salomar and La Guardia, which have nice promenades. Gastronomy The region's cuisine is based on fish, seafood and locally grown produce. Some of the most popular dishes include dogfish and potatoes, seafood soup, marinated blue fish, dried octopus and grilled sardines. The area is famous for growing sugar canes as well as tropical fruit such as papaya, mango, guava and cherimoya. Trips There are many nearby towns and villages popular with tourists, such as como Nerja or Motril. The spectacular area known as Las Alpujarras is also within easy reach, renowned for its medicinal waters and spas. You can also visit the Sierra Nevada National Park.


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Salobreña


Salobreña