The village is located 1016 meters above sea level and has 150 inhabitants (2010). Laborcillas was a separate municipality until 1974, when it merged with Moreda in one municipality called Morelábor.


Laborcillas was an ancient village that belonged to the Marquis de Villa Alegre, who rose for his sporadic visits the most notable summer house, at the foot of the hill of Fonseca. This house was later reorganized into parish church, the old chapel of San José.

Points of Interest in Laborcillas

  • Church: "Iglesia de Laborcillas"
  • The streets of the old village;
  • The countryside.
The main square of Laborcillas
The main square of Laborcillas

Festivities in Laborcillas

  • The festivities in honor of San Jose are celebrated on the 19th of March;

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Basic Information Laborcillas

Laborcillas (37°27′11″N 3°17′29″O)

Altitude: 1016 meters

Population: 150 inhabitants (2010)



Distance to Granada: 64 km

Distance to the beach: 127 km (Motril)

Distance to Airport Malaga: 185 km

Distance to Airport Granada: 66 km


Touristic level: low - medium - high

Authentic level: low - medium - high


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

Location of Laborcillas

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