Even though it counts with only 240 inhabitants, El Castell de Guadalest (commonly known as ‘Guadalest’) it is the most visited village in all Spain. There is obviously a reason (or many) for this: Its spectacular geography makes it unique. It is a 16.12 km² village located in a valley at 595 metres of altitude, surrounded by the highest mountains in the area (Sierra Xortà, Sierra Serrella and Sierra Aitana). History of Guadalest The Castle of Guadalest already existed before the Christian Conquest, in times of the Muslims, who built its fortress in the XI century. It belonged to many […]
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