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Costa Tropical – true diversity

With its dramatic backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains, valleys filled with tropical fruit plantations, and sandy coves, the Costa Tropical is a unique corner of Andalucía.Granada province may boast Spain’s number one tourist attraction, the magical citadel of palaces and gardens of ‘La Alhambra’, but it is its Mediterranean coast that is also worthy of being rediscovered by a new generation of visitors.

With an exceptional micro climate, the Costa Tropical, east of Nerja, has always been a favourite amongst winter sun holiday makers. Yet with the recent renaissance in the area’s gastronomy, together with continuing investment in the coast’s cultural and historical assets, the Costa Tropical and its coastal towns of Almuñécar, Salobreña and the port of Motril are attracting a new wave of visitors.

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