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Train to Granada from either London or Paris, and other European cities!.
Whether you arrive at either Granada or Malaga, you will need onward travel to Lanjaron.
Granada : 45 mins by car
Malaga : 1 hour 45 mins by car,
- Both have onward bus & coach services to Lanjaron. See www.alsa.es for details
- Numerous car hire companies offer vehicle rental at competitive rates.
- Alternately there is Nicole, (0034 642 520 090) who runs a local taxi service. She could pick you up from Malaga airport and bring you to Lanjaron, 60€ per trip, it is possible to share with others going to the same place.
36°55'17.8'N 3°30'00.5'W 36.921605, -3.500140
As you entre into Lanjaron from the motorway from either the coast or Granada you will see a wooden chalet type Restaurant called La Frenazo on a right bend.
Next to the restaurant there is a concrete road going up the mountain
(If you are driving from Orgiva – take the bypass south of the town, left on the roundabout at the end and past the Balneario and Tourist Office, then you will see the restaurant La Frenazo on your right with the turning just before it).
Take this road, from here it is exactly 2 kilometres to the house. Keep going up the hill slowly as it is a single road and 2 way traffic – This is a cement road, continue up for exactly 700 metres after the restaurant. The cement road turn sharply to the right, but you need to continue straight ahead onto a compacted earth road with a sign saying ”Escorta”.
Follow the road round and up the hill, until you get to fork in the road and a sign saying Private road - “Privado” to the left (exactly 1 kilometre from the restaurant). Take this cement road.
Keep going along this fairly flat part of the road. You will pass by 3 smaller roads going off to the left, each time keep to the right. After the third the road goes round to the right and steeply up the hill towards the house (see the photo below – but the almonds are only in blossom in February ).
Then on a steep bend, you will see the house to your left. Take a very sharp left down a dirt driveway (picture below) and park on the left by the building with the solar panels on it. If you don’t think you can get around the corner, go a little higher and there is flat space to park on the left, you can walk down to the house from here too.