This charming seaside town, truly Spanish in character, still retains traces of its
Roman and Arabic history: varios monuments, the church of San Miguel and the fortress
towers of Cambriles and La Instancia. Recent years have seen the town change from a
fishing community to a tourist site due to its attractive beaches, possibility of many
water sports, proximity to the Sierra Nevada and the Alpujarra, and its quaint character.
It is also quite common to see windsurfing and diving, even during the cooler months.
The nearby village of
Los Gualchos is reminiscent of a typical Alpujarra village
where one can find many types of original handmade crafts.
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