A small town with 313 inhabitants  (2014) in the east of region Alhama. The Latin word "Agrum"  means "Field" and refers to the farming that has been a way of life of the inhabitants of Lagron. It probably has been founded by the Arabics because of the presence of an old watch tower.


The town is not located in his origin city. This was located 3,5 km away from the current town on a small hill where still the remains can be found.  In the summer the town is alive, full of visitors seeking peace. During the winter, a cold winter, Agron is a ghost town, with only 100 inhabitants.


A street in Agrón
A street in Agrón

Festivities in Agrón

  • In the last weekend before the 15th of August the festivities are held in honor of the patrona  Inmaculada Concepción.

Points of Interest in Agrón

  • Tower: Torre de la Atalaya, located close to Embalse de Bermejales;
  • Cave: Cuevas de Fatimbullar;
  • Spring with a cave (cueva de Bartolo), at the spring you can encounter fossils;
  • In the Cestil is also a cave called 'La Mina', where gypsies took refuge for the cold. 
The main street in Agrón
The main street in Agrón

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Basic Information Agrón

Agrón (37°01′48″N 3°49′45″O)

Altitude: 1060 meters

Population: 313 inhabitants (2014)



Distance to Granada: 37 km

Distance to the beach: 77 km (Motril)

Distance to Airport Malaga: 139 km

Distance to Airport Granada: 23 km


Touristic level: low - medium - high

Authentic level: low - medium - high


  • Supermarkets: no
  • Banks: no
  • Restaurants: no
  • Bars: no

Location of Agrón

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