Attractions

Castle in Salobreña

Castillo Árabe de Salobreña

Crowning the white old town, Salobreña's landmark Arab castle dates to the 12th century, though the site was fortified as early as the 10th century. It served as the summer residence for the Granada emirs, but legen…
Old Town in Salobreña

Casco Antiguo

Salobreña’s historic centre, comprising the barrios that once huddled inside its medieval walls, is the town’s most characteristic and picturesque area. Skinny cobbled lanes snake past pristine white houses as they …
Beach in Salobreña

Playa de la Guardia

The smaller of Salobreña’s two main beaches, the pebbly Playa de la Guardia extends to the west of El Peñón. Backed by cane fields, it extends for about a kilometre, offering gentle waters and views up to the hillto…
Beach in Salobreña

Playa de la Charca

Salobreña’s main beach is about 1km from the centre of town along Avenida del Mediterráneo. Overlooked by a rocky outcrop known as El Peñón, the lengthy strip of grey sand is backed by a road and palm-lined pavement…