Las Alpujarras in Granada offer you the High Alpujarra (Poqueira Gorge and Tahá de Pitres) and the Low Alpujarra (Orgiva and area).
The High Alpujarra is the most memorable, picturesque and interesting destination for holidaymakers and walkers. The mountain scenery, small white villages, walking trails, relaxed atmosphere and number of café-bars and restaurants with terraces make it a fascinating and satisfying choice.
Read about: High Alpujarra – the Poqueira Gorge (Capileira, Bubión & Pampaneira)
Read about: High Alpujarra – the Tahá de Pitres (Pitres and its hamlets)
What else to do in La Alpujarra? See: Alpujarra Activities
The Low Alpujarra down in the valley is warmer and more populated, with the market town of Orgiva as its capital. It may not have the charm of the mountains, but it has a few attractions of its own. It also serves as the crossroads between the High Alpujarra and Granada to the north, or the coast to the south.
Read about: Low Alpujarra – Orgiva and area