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Castilléjar goes back to since time immemorial. It was founded at a strategic point on the trade route that connected the eastern coasts of Almería and Murcia with the lands of the Guadalquivir Valley. 
Its location between the Barbatas and Guardal Rivers has strongly influenced its evolution over the course of history, not to mention its name - Castilléjar (‘castillo’ means ‘castle’ in English). It was always necessary that this be a fortified location as it was set along such an important trade route. 

Castilléjar goes back to since time immemorial. It was founded at a strategic point on the trade route that connected the eastern coasts of Almería and Murcia with the lands of the Guadalquivir Valley. 

Its location between the Barbatas and Guardal Rivers has strongly influenced its evolution over the course of history, not to mention its name - Castilléjar (‘castillo’ means ‘castle’ in English). It was always necessary that this be a fortified location as it was set along such an important trade route. 

 

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Le invitamos a conocer El Altiplano de Granada, al norte de la provincia, formado por las comarcas de Baza y Huéscar, una tierra de altiplanicies rodeadas de Parques Naturales y Sierras como la Sagra, Castril, Baza y Orce. al norte de Granada.

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