Salobreña is one of the most typical villages in the Spanish Mediterranean coast. It is the ‘treasure’ of the Costa Tropical, set in a unique setting, on the Gran Peñon, with the white-washed houses of its looked-after town planning and the Hispanic-Muslim fortress against the background, important monuments between the Vega de Granada and the sea. It has a mild subtropical climate, ideal for growing species like cane sugar and tropical fruits and for enjoying the local beaches all year round.