This is one of the most picturesque villages in the Sierra Nevada, with wonderful views, a small chocolate factory, little chapels, and good food. Depending on the timing of your visit, you might see the snow up close. When you go back, don't forget to pass through the Albaicin in Granada, to see the Alhambra. Happy travels, and don't forget to take care on the road, and drive safely!
The lighthouse at Cape Sacratif was installed in 1863 to facilitate entry in Calahonda, an area of very steep cliffs. The altitude of the focal plane is 98 meters and the tower is 17 meters tall. Here is a video with all the lighthouses of Almeria in http://www.Minube.Com/usuario/vagamundos/video/1218
Sometimes, to enjoy a special place, we have to start from where we live. But if it's good, those of us lucky enough to live there do everything possible to spread the images of our hometown so that it becomes a possible vacation destination for others who might not know the beauty of our traditions. So with these pictures, I want to bring my Motril to anyone who does not know our Holy Week, declared to be of national interest.
From Plaza del antiguo Ayuntamiento we went to Plaza de la Iglesia and found this curious passage called La Bóveda. Its name comes from a vaulted sixteenth century passage that the connected the neighborhood with the old medina. The side access is a shutter entrance to the old walled city that was mostly used for the entry and exit of goods .