12 Photos That Will Make You Wish You Were in Salobrena


Welcome to Salobrena, a Spanish town on the Andalusian Mediterranean coast that is one of the most beautiful in the region. Topped with a 10th-century Moorish castle and surrounded by lush sugar cane plantations, this gem of Granada's Costa Tropical is clinging to a massive rock just back from the shoreline. You should include Salobrena in your itinerary when traveling to Andalusia because of its picturesque scenery, historical heritage, delicious seafood, and friendly locals. Enjoy the beauty of Salobrena through my twelve photos.

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Salobrena in 12 Photographs

Andres Segovia Street leads up to a Moorish castle

Avenida del Mediterráneo, with a view of Salobrena

Morning by the Mediterranean Sea

Northeastern view of Salobrena, with the Sierra Nevada in the background

A distant view of Salobrena

Rocky hill
Houses on a rocky hill


Salobrena street
Nuestra Señora del Rosario Street

A view from Castle Hill

Domestic goats

Salobrena beach
Playa de la Guardia, with crystal blue water and fine gray pebbles

Moorish castle
The Arab Castle, the most prominent landmark in Salobrena

Where to Stay in Salobrena

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Granada Tropical Coast Tour

Book the Tropical Coast and Caves of Nerja Day Tour for a day trip to the tropical Granada coast, where the sun shines 320 days a year. On this tour, you will explore the beautiful historical towns of Salobrena, Almunecar, and Nerja; see their historical monuments and castles; admire spectacular rock formations and cave paintings in Nerja Caves, and enjoy a walk in Majuelo Botanical Garden.

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