The village is located 30 meters above sea level and has 1146 inhabitants (2013). Lobres belongs to the municipality of Salobreña.
Its history goes back to the beginning of the Neolithic. Remains were found in the cave of Captain, now known as Horse Cave, located on a small hill near the Cortijo de Moya. Among the remains; pieces of pottery, jewelry utilizing feedstock animal bones, small stones and even wood chips and various typical herding utensils were found.
Lobres (36°46′14″N 3°33′56″O)
Altitude: 30 meters
Population: 1146 (2013)
Distance to Granada: 68 km
Distance to the beach: 7 km
Distance to Airport Malaga: 99 km
Distance to Airport Granada: 81 km
Touristic level: low -medium - high
Authentic level: low -medium - high