The Granada Geopark, declared a World Geopark by UNESCO in 2020, has 4,722 km2 of 47 municipalities belonging to the regions of Guadix, Baza, Huéscar and Montes, it extends over an exceptional territory in the central sector of the Betic Cordillera surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the Iberian Peninsula, such as the Sierra de la Sagra or Sierra Nevada. The geology of the region has conditioned the life and culture of its inhabitants from prehistory to the present day.
They are inhospitable lands of singular beauty, which safeguard a significant and unique part of our geological heritage on the European continent, which with the universal language of rocks, leaves no one indifferent who comes to learn about its exciting history. Here you will find more information, maps and guides of the territory.
If you are already convinced of coming to know this unique place, we recommend this manual of good practices for visitors.
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