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Price and Availability Index in Salobreña
Holiday Letting Price Information in Salobreña
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Salobreña. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (13/07 - 20/07), when prices hit an average of £98 a night. Salobreña is cheaper during one week in November (09/11 - 16/11), when prices are on average £70 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Salobreña
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Salobreña. It is in August that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (03/08 - 10/08). Conversely, 83% of the lettings are still available during a week in May (18/05 - 25/05).
The Weather in Salobreña
Above is a climate diagram for Salobreña. July is the warmest month in Salobreña, with average daily maximum temperatures of 35°. December is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Explore castles and sculpture gardens with Salobrena holiday homes
In Salobrena, Spain, you can ski and sunbathe in the same day. Your holiday apartment is situated among 6000 years of human history, flanked by Moorish castles, ancient churches and glittering beaches.
Tastes of the town
For a taste of the sea, right on the beach, head to El Peñón de Sopelana. Although there are an inordinate number of options, this little place has the best spot in town, and it's especially impressive by night.
The seafood is fresh and succulent in Salobrena, but the town also has two restaurants that cater to travelling carnivores. Try La Bodega, with its hanging meats, butter-like steak and sherry by the barrel. You can also enjoy surf with your turf, and the clams are superb.
Arab castles and ancient artefacts
Castillo Arabe is around a thousand years old. It was the summer home of Granada's emirs, and still plays host to cultural happenings in the summer. A winding path leads directly to the beach.
Close by, the Museo Historico and Iglesia de Nuestra del Rosario, with its 16th century lintel, call for closer inspection. The museum is filled with antiquities, some dating back to the Neolithic and Bronze Ages. You can also see a miniature of the castle along with artwork and vintage photographs.
Sculpture and caves
Beneath the rugged cliffs, semi-tropical fruit orchards and sugar cane flourish on the shoreline. Close by, the village of La Caleta is home to Europe's single remaining sugar factory. Kitty Hari's Sculpture Garden isn't far away, either.
Why not take a trip to the Sierras de Tejeda Nature Reserve? Rocky canyons, forests and cave systems are overflowing with flora and fauna, just minutes from your holiday home. Visit the Cave La Fajara, and the narrow Los Cahorros canyons, cut by the Chillar River. As you hike, bike or horseback through this wilderness, you might just spot a king eagle souring overhead.
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