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Itrabo is located in the Costa Tropical is a perfect destination for lovers of rural tourism, as well as those seeking small villages that have preserved their traditions and heritage.

Unfortunately we don’t yet have any hotels, hostels or apartments to display right now, however being but a 25 minute drive from Almuñécar & Salobreña which are larger, coastal towns, and just… More →

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Things to see

In the village centre, with narrow streets and white houses adorned with flowers, the most important building is the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen. This church, built in a neoclassic style on a large scale dates from the 16th and 17th centuries. The Ermita de la Virgen de la Salud, located in the so called landscape of La Era, is also worth visiting. According to tradition, the statue of this Virgen, much adored by the townsfolk, appeared above a spring near the sanctuary. Another interesting place to see is La Carenata, an old spring with a public laundry area which is still used as a meeting place for residents.


Kitti Harri two acre Sculpture Garden, is the culmination of many years of Kitty's sculpting and partner Nick's planting trees, building walkways and terraces. The garden offers an inspiring and beautiful Alternative Art Environment and Experience.  There are over 160 artworks in the tropical gardens.

Kitty Harri's Sculpture Garden welcomes visitors every 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month from 10.00 to 16.00hrs with a glass of wine and some tapas.  Live Classical Chamber music may be heard on most open days.

Entrance:  Donation of 10 Euros per person.
Location:  At the 3km point (signed) on GR-5300 between the villages of Jete and Itrabo.

Countryside Walks

This village, located at the foot of the Sierra de Bodíjar, also offers a perfect environment for outdoor activities such as hiking. Amongst the different routes in the surrounding area, there are two that start in Ítrabo: León Africano and Al-Idrisi. En route, visitors will find themselves amongst orchards as well as pine and eucalyptus trees.


The fruity white wines of Ítrabo are one of the village's best products, as well as cold meats and tropical fruits such as mangoes, avocado and custard apples.


Those who want to get an authentic fiesta experience in Ítrabo should visit during August, when the patron saint's festival in honour of la Virgen de la Salud takes place.


Ítrabo is 70km from Granada city. Take the A-44 (direction Motril) and join with the GR-SO-22 around Salobreña. Then take the GR-SO-14 directly to Ítrabo. 

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