On our fourth day, after visiting The Axarquia and Malaga, moved back east and provincial, and we went to the Granada. Bordering the west Málaga and Almería in the east found the crust Topical, whose most famous coastal towns are Almunecar and Salobrena, our locations.

Day 4: Costa Tropical (Salobreña and Almuñecar)

Salobreña is one of those towns in slope, starting at the seaside and in the mountains just, so id rested (and comfortable shoes), prepared to climb quite steep slopes and some stairs. You can start the visit on the Promenade, then step into the old part of town. A We especially liked the El Brocal, with its steep streets, twisted, and its white houses with facades decorated with flower pots filled.

On the way to Moorish Castle, you can go through the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, next to a beautiful vantage point to see the sea. Fear 2'95 € podeis into view Castle (siglo X), mixture of Arabic and Christian architecture. Theor more spectacular are the views from the towers, where are the sea, the mountains and the village of Salobreña, why worth climbing up there. Even so, the castle is quite nice, although logically, after visiting the Alcazaba in Málaga, lost a little charm.

If you already ye tired of walking and cultural tourism, you can relax and sunbathe on Almuñecar, a few kilometers of Salobreña. Almuñecar has up 26 beaches along its coastline, so sure that you find one of vuesto taste. And if it is not the case and you want to keep seeing things, you can visit its Roman aqueduct, the tank or the Phoenician necropolis and the famous Cueva de Siete Palacios, where he currently is the Archaeological Museum.

We finalized our fourth day here Trip, leaving for the next day's visit to Granada, but if you want to further explore the area have seen a very very close to the town of Motril and the famous La Alpujarra.

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