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Perhaps the best weather in mainland Europe and close to the Sierra Nevada, the highest mountains in Spain (12,000 ft). Here in southern Spain you will find the best climate and the best flying. There is a wide variety of flying sites; from hills overlooking the sea, or take-offs up to 6,000ft above sea level and landings on the beach or in dry river-beds up to 15 Km. away.
del Sol”, halfway between Malaga and Almeria, 60km south of Granada city.
For the beginner
For the Improver and advanced pilot
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What if it's not flyable?
There is plenty of history around the area, and on the rare unflyable days we may go sight seeing or even visit the beach and go kite surfing, but that's up to you. One of the interesting features of southern Spain are the Pueblos Blancos (white villages), these quaint little towns often perch on small hills dominating the surrounding area. The Al Hambra in Granada is a