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Pitres [dead link] is a small town in the province of Granada, in the La Tahá municipality, in Andalucia (or Andalusia), Spain. The other main towns in the area are Mecina Fondales and Ferreirola, but Pitres is La Tahá's economic and governmental center. The area forms a part of La Alpujarra Nearby towns of similar character: Portugos and Busquistar

Get in[edit]

Besides renting a car and buying a map, taxi or bus:

  • Plaza Pitres 958 766 005

Public transport: Three buses a day to and from Granada, via towns inbetween. Good, cheap service run by ALSA. [1] Comfortable buses.

Get around[edit]



  • . Walking!


In Pitres can be found a well stocked supermarket, health food shop, butchers, bakers, hardware store, bank (with cash machine accepting most cards), chemist and a 24 hour health centre. On Fridays there is a lively market that attracts people from the local area. Best buys here are fruit and vegetables.




  • Hotel San Roque Carretera Trevelez s/n, 687 402 500. Family-owned, friendly and rustic environment. Lunch, dinner, tapas.
  • Cortijo la Loma, +34 650 497 980. Avdenida Paseo Marítimo 1. Impressive views in a newly constructed hotel amidst the peace and tranquility of the countryside.
  • Cortijo Opazo, Ctra. Atalbéitar s/n, +34 958 064 018. Old farmhouse converted into well equipped self catering holiday accommodation. Well located, a short walk (1.5km) from both Pitres and Pórtugos, situated in open countryside. Large garden attached. Excellent accommodations, friendly, helpful owners, playful dogs! Stay here!

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