Time is of the essence when you're traveling to 6 cities/towns in ten days, so unfortunately we only spent a couple of hours in Lanjarón because it was so close to Granada, and although I didn't get to see much it was a cute little town. The drive to get there was CRAZY. We had to drive up mountains, and along tight, windy roads that barely had a barricade along the edge of a mountain (so, if you weren't paying the least bit attention....BYE!)
On our way there, we had this incredible view of wind turbines! I did a little bit of research and found that the region we were in, Andalusia, has 121 wind farms that provide coverage to about 4 million people, preventing 2.2 million tons of CO2 emissions, which is amazing!
Another really cool thing about Lanjarón is that that is the place where the majority of Spain drinks there water from! It's like the Zephryhills of Florida. Every now and then we would walk by little fountains with running water that said "drinking water" and it was so cool! You could just stick your mouth under the faucet and DRANK!
I wish I could have taken more photos, but my phone had no room! :(
Off to Córdoba!