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Salobreña Travel Guide

Updated: Mar 17

With a rich history dating back to 206 B.C., whitewashed walls, an underrated gastronomical scene, and a stunning castle from the Nasrid Dynasty, it's no wonder Salobreña's magic rivals that of its nearby cousin, Granada. Salobreña is replete with elements of a quintessential Southern Spanish beach town - seafood to make you salivate, flower-pot studded streets, a palace nestled over a hill, and views of fertile fields and cobalt ocean. The catch? Perhaps some crowding of the beach at weekends, but it's more likely than not you'll eschew overcrowded tourism. If you have the opportunity, traverse the heart of the town at night, roam the illuminated streets, and climb the tipsy-turvy streets to the ivy-clad castle. Read my full guide on the above link.

Playa la Guardia, Salobreña's principal beach

Surrounding gardens of the Castillo de Salobreña at night

The stunning view from above.

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