Towards Granada, following the course of the river Guadalfeo, a serpetine road climbs up to the region of Los Guájares, whose three villages bore witness to the battles of the Marquis of Mondéjar, brought on them for their refusal to renounce their Moorish customs.
This road has to be taken in slowly, patiently, in order to appreciate its exhuberant vegetation. Along hugeravines, we soon arrive at three main villages: Guájar Fondón, Guájar Faragüit and Guájar Alto. Its typical gastronomy and delicious broths make a stop obligatory in order to taste its fried breadcrumbs, dry tomato or "remojón" (a dish of cod, tomato and orange, seasoned with olive oil and salt).
On the turn journey, Lobres, Molvízar and Itrabo can be visited, perhaps the least-known points of the region, whose sausages and wines enjoy a fine reputation.