In the plain of the Alhama River at the foothills of Sierra Nevada, the town Beas de Guadix is located. In the past the old Roman road that linked Guadix with Granada through La Peza.
This small town is surrounded by pine forests and has many viewpoints, which why it is known as the 'End of the World'. It is overlooking Sierra Nevada and the badlands.
It also has archaeological sites from different eras and many cave houses that are inhabited since ancient times. In the town you can find old water mills and an old medieval wine press.
Points of Interest;
Beas de Guadix (37°16′47″N 3°12′21″O)
Altitude: 950 meters
Population: 364 inhabitants (2014)
Distance to Granada: 53 km
Distance to the beach: 120 km (Motril)
Distance to Airport Malaga: 187 km
Distance to Airport Granada: 67 km
Touristic level: low - medium - high
Authentic level: low - medium - high