Orgiva – Andalucía – Granada – Alpujarras

Orgiva is a lovely, rural, rustic little town, where tourists from the other mountaintowns and villages come to have a drink or a meal. It has a pleasant, lively centre with various terraces, bars and restaurants. The church in Baroc style is one of the well-known sites. You’ll find perhaps a little more authenticity in Orgiva, than in other mountaintowns. Famous is the local market that takes place every Thursday. Here locally-grown fruits and vegetables are offered and the hippies sell their home-made wares.

Orgiva is a central situated, lovely, small village. From Orgiva you can easily visit the amazing beaches of the ‘Costa del Sol’  for example; Nerja, Motril, Salobreña, or the beautiful cities like Granada, for shopping or bring a visit to the historic Alhambra.
Besides visiting these great places, you can also enjoy a lot of different types of activities and sports like, surfing, mountain biking, horse riding and so much more! Have a look at our activities page to find more information.

Orgiva offers a holiday experience like no other holidays. Surrounding yourself in between nature, mountains, rivers and local people brings you a holiday you will never forget. An active, adventures  holiday with your friends, partner and/or family in Southern Spain, Andalusia brings so much pleasure!

Breathe the unpolluted air, eat the fresh fruits and vegetables made at the countryside, make night walks by the rivers, go on adventures, do sports and go back home totally relaxed, with new energy.

Start planning your holiday now! Have a look at our Apartments and Hotels page to find a lovely accommodation for your stay in Orgiva.

Just a few places in the province of Granada offer such a wide range of values in terms of landscape, nature and culture as The Alpujarras. The beauty of its landscapes, monuments in villages as Orgiva or Lanjaron or outstanding spots as the Poqueira gully have attracted artists, writers, scientists and curious people who dived into the daily habits of these ancient locations tracing back to the legacy of the last Moorish populations after the Spanish reconquest.
‘Sebastián Pérez, President of the Diputación de Granada’