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20 Towns to visit in Granada

20 Pueblos para visitar en Granada

If you are planning your next visit to Granada, you cannot miss visiting its most charming towns and full of history. Here we present some towns to visit in Granada that will leave you in love with the province.

  1. Almuñécar: Located on the Costa Tropical of Granada, Almuñécar is a town full of beaches and coves to enjoy the sun and the sea. In addition, it has a very beautiful historic center with cobbled alleys and monuments such as the Castillo de San Miguel.

  2. Salobreña: Another of the towns to visit in Granada on the coast is Salobreña, known as the balcony of the Costa Tropical. Its Arab castle and its steep streets will transport you to another era.

  3. La Alpujarra: This Granada region located on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada is an ideal place for hiking and enjoying spectacular landscapes. In addition, its white towns such as Pampaneira, Bubión or Capileira are famous for their typical architecture and their calm and relaxed atmosphere.

  4. Montefrío: This town in Granada is famous for its imposing church located on top of a hill and for its Arab Castle. In addition, it has numerous viewpoints from where you can see impressive views of the region.

  5. Guadix: This town located in the Montes Orientales region of Granada is known for its cave houses, dug into the ground and offering a unique way of living. In addition, its cathedral and its medieval quarter are also must-sees.

  6. Loja: Located in the Vega de Granada region, Loja has an impressive Moorish castle and a 16th century church. In addition, its historic center is one of the most beautiful in the province.

  7. Órgiva: This town is the capital of the Alpujarra region and is known for its festivals and its weekly market of local products. In addition, it is surrounded by mountains and impressive natural landscapes.

  8. Lanjarón: This town is famous for its hot springs and its spa, but also for its relaxed atmosphere and its alleys full of flowers and plants.

  9. Durcal: Located in the Lecrín Valley region, Durcal is a town full of history with an 18th century church and numerous stately homes.

  10. Vélez de Benaudalla: This town located in the Costa Tropical region is famous for its castle and for its calm and welcoming atmosphere. In addition, it has a route of the mills that is worth visiting.

These are just some of the towns to visit in Granada that you cannot miss on your next visit to the province. Each one has its charm and its history that will make you fall in love. We leave you the following batch:

If you are planning a getaway to Granada, don't miss the opportunity to get to know some of the most beautiful and authentic towns in the province. Here we present you another 10 towns to visit in Granada that will leave you impressed by their beauty and uniqueness:

  1. Trevélez: This town located in the region of La Alpujarra is famous for its serrano ham, considered one of the best in the world. In addition, its cobbled streets and its white houses with slate roofs will transport you to another era.

  2. Castril: Located in the Sierra de Castril region, this town is ideal for lovers of nature and adventure. In its surroundings you can do various activities such as hiking, canoeing or climbing.

  3. Alhama de Granada: This town located in the Alhama region has an impressive gorge that cuts the rock at more than 100 meters high. In addition, its hot springs and its Arab castle are must-sees.

  4. Gorafe: This town located in the Guadix region is famous for its dolmens, which date back to prehistoric times. In addition, it has a desert and lunar landscape that makes it unique.

  5. Alfacar: This town located in the Vega de Granada region is known for its production of asparagus and for its cemetery, where the remains of the poet Federico García Lorca are found.

  6. Huéscar: Located in the Huéscar region, this town has an impressive castle and numerous churches and convents that attest to its rich history.

  7. Castell de Ferro: This town located on the Costa Tropical of Granada is famous for its beaches and its gastronomy, especially for its fresh fish and shellfish.

  8. Moclín: This town located in the Los Montes region has an impressive Arab fortress and a group of churches and hermitages that make it unique.

  9. Íllora: Located in the Vega de Granada region, Íllora has an imposing Moorish castle and a 16th-century church that are must-sees.

  10. Darro: This town located in the Guadix region is known for its fountains and its old laundry, which is still in perfect condition. In addition, its cobbled streets and stately homes will transport you to another era.

These are just some of the towns to visit in Granada that will surprise you with their beauty, their history and their uniqueness. Do not miss the opportunity to meet them on your next visit to the province.