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Lanjaron is one of the larger, more populated townsLanjaron in Las Alpujarras, and has a population of about 3750.  It is a thriving spa town, and its waters are described as ‘health-giving’.  It also produces the famous ‘Lanjaron’ bottled water. 

There is an old Moorish castle on the outskirts of the town, Lanjaron Castlewhich is set upon a dramatic pinnacle of rock and has lovely views of the surrounding hillsides.  Lanjaron also has four nearby Ermitas; Ermita de San Isidro, Ermita de San Roque, Ermita de San Sebastian, and Ermita del Tajo de la Cruz.

Lanjaron is the westernmost town in Las Alpujarras and is the first one visitors reach when entering Las Alpujarras from the N323.  There is an attractive 'welcome archway' as you enter the town.

There are a number of bars, cafes, Lanjaronhotels, and hostels in the town, and plenty of good shops, as well as a Tourist Information Office who are extremely helpful and speak very good English.  The main streets in Lanjaron are very pretty and are tree-lined, and there are also a few Lanjaron Watervery old-looking streets with some tunnelled walkways with beams.  Barrio Hondillo is a good example of this. 

There is a park on the edge of the town, with many trees and paths.  It is called Parque el Salado.

Lanjaron is situated along the route of the long-distance GR7 footpath, and the GR142 footpath.

 
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