This route leads you along the Alpujarra de Granada, the fertile south side of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It takes you through green hills, beautiful white villages like Pampaneira and Bubion and the highest mountain village in the area: Trevelez. Along the way we come across various wine bodegas where the local wine from this area can be tasted. Via the rugged coast of Cabo de Gata with its virgin beaches we continue our way towards Antequera for delicious tapas and “porra” tasting, porra is the softer version of gazpacho. Charming Jerez de la Frontera forms the sherry triangle with the village of Sanlúcar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa Maria. These three places are full of bodegas that can be visited.
Not to miss: There is an excellent camper area in Sanlúcar for your overnight stay in this area. For the most beautiful sunset in Andalucía go to the Bajo de Guía beach of Sanlucar de Barrameda and afterwards enjoy tortilla de camarones and other delicious tapas food in the village square!