Gleaming white and embracing a great rock overlooking the sea, Salobreña twist and turn among geraniums and winding streets with and old Arab scent.
Settled on a hill at the foot of the Sierra de Lújar, Motril is the most populous city in the province after Granada.
After the expulsion of the moriscos (moors converted into Christianity), the area was repopulated by people coming from the rest of the province. Thanks to its customs and traditions, its appearance and ecosystem, it is a privileged environment that UNESCO declared as Reserve of the Biosphere.
The Nerja Caves, discovered in 1959, are some of the most beautiful caves in Europe, due to the formation of karst cavities.