Motril Travel guide
Motril : Michelin's recommendations
Situated 27km east of Almuñécar, Motril is now the most populous town on the Costa Tropical. Once a small village and residence of the mother of Boabdil, the last Moorish king of Granada, Motril is now known as “Little Cuba” thanks to its plantations of sugar cane which carpet the landscape. Playa del Poniente, a beach 4km to the southwest, is the main attraction in this industrious town, which produces a well-known rum.
Carretera Almeria,17 y poligono industrial " El Vadillo" E - 18600 Motril
Prix Prices from : 40 €
Rector Pascual Rivas Carrera, 1 E - 18613 Motril
This 4-star beach resort is next to the 18-hole Los Moriscos golf course in Motril. Free amenities include a spa with 2 pools, 6 tennis courts, and evening entertainment. The Robinson Club Playa Granada has spacious, air-conditioned rooms with a pri..
Avd.Rodriguez Acosta 23 E - 18600 Motril