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Cooling Down at the Los Bermejales Reservoir

By Ingridd @cosytraveler

Granted, the really hot days haven't arrived yet, but when they do, this is one of the places I would like to go to.

This is the Los Bermejales Reservoir, created in 1952. It's located to the southwest of Granada; you can reach it by traversing Churriana de la Vega, Las Gabias, La Malaha, Fuentes de la Huelma and Agron. At a certain point, you will see a road sign to a camping site at your left and then you are very close to the lake.

Already at the end of February, Lars and I were there for a picnic. And we loved it!

Feeling hungry and/or thirsty and not in the mood for a picnic? In the surrounding villages like Arena del Reyes and Fornes, there are enough bars and restaurants.

Apparently, you can swim in the reservoir during summer, but there is no supervision. Anyway, in our next post, we will pay a visit to Granada's cathedral.

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