Costa Tropical (Granada)


Costa Tropical (Granada)

The Tropical Coast owes its name to the climate existing during the year seasons. Its Mediterranean situation, near the North of Africa and Sierra Nevada Mountains, with the Iberian Peninsula highest peaks, protects this seashore from the northern cold winds. 73 kilometres of beaches, cliffs and coves of clear water, together with the subtropical microclimate, 320 days of sun a year and an average temperature of about 20° C, make possible growing tropical fruits in their lush and fertile plains.

Palm trees on a beach in Almuñécar (Granada).© Shutterstock

Palm trees on a beach in Almuñécar (Granada).© Shutterstock

General view of the Costa Tropical. © Shutterstock

General view of the Costa Tropical. © Shutterstock

Playa El Tesorillo, Velilla (Almuñécar). © Shutterstock

Playa El Tesorillo, Velilla (Almuñécar). © Shutterstock