The Spot Iznájar Swamp, inland Andalucia in term of Cuevas de San Marcos sea, linking the provinces of Granada, Malaga and Cordoba. The largest lake in the community, the Swamp of Iznajar, has a perimeter of hundred kilometers, of which one half is occupied Valdearenas Beach. A place open all year for water sports, fishing or enjoy a swim in its waters. Besides being a starting point for hikes through the environment.
The Swamp Iznájar is a stop on the way to the river Genil. A haven of water where you can fish for carp, trout, bream … In fact it is the activity that is practiced in the swamp. Residents of the towns guarding it come to the shores of “Lake of Andalusia ‘. People of Rute, Cuevas de San Marcos and Iznájar seeking tranquility of its waters and tranquility of a natural setting between mountains and forests of almond, pine and oak alternating with beds of olive trees.
The Spot Iznájar Swamp has been since once an enclave of singular importance. La Cueva de Belda, near its shores, attests to the settlements of primitive tribes who inhabited this land for thousands of years. A land that has been targeted by occupation and conquest by many peoples, leaving every which part of his legacy. Witness those cultures is the monolith known as “Stone Child” as well as archaeological remains of various kinds, inheritances from another time.
The beauty of dupes site from anywhere in the environment. But it is from the Camorro de Cuevas Altas where the best views are appreciated. View of a place that has captivated all who have set foot on this land and whose inheritance has marked the history of the environment and Andalusia.