Welcome to Costa Tropical, Spain

Tourism in Costa Tropical

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On the first stretch of coastline, at the foot of the mountain range La Contraviesa, which touches upon the province of Granada. La Rábita is an an old fishing village, well protected by its small fortress and surrounded by farmland. Once past the stretch of rocky coastline, we arrive at La Mamola, another fishing village endowed with an extensive beach. In Castell de Ferro you will find a small village set at the foot of a hill: a watchtower reminds us of the threat of piracy, as in many other parts of the coast. From this moment, travellers are entering the most touristy part of the Costa Tropical. The beaches of Poniente, Puerto and Azucenas shape the coast of Motril and are host to a well-known tourist centre. Salobreña, with its white houses and narrow streets, set at the foot of a hill topped by an Arab castle, that had been described by W. Irwing in one of his novellas, is a must. The view from the old fortress stretches over the fertile plain of Guadalfeo, blanketed with sugarcane plantations, as far as the Sierra Nevada. Also of great interest is Almuñécar, another village crowned by a Muslim castle.

 


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