Transfers from Malaga Airport to Pitres

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History of Pitres

 Pitres is currently part of the municipality of La Taha. Which is the merger of three former municipalities.


 There are few remains of civilizations or human presence in this area until the Middle Ages. However, all toponyms are of Latin origin.

 Middle Ages

 In the early days of Muslim colonization, settlements were established around castles, called “hisn”.  Thus in the area of the current municipality of La Taha, appears the Yuz de Farrayra.

 Already in the fourteenth century the area is divided into tahas. In this case La Taha de Ferreira, included eight population centres.

 Modern Age

 In the 15th century, during the conquest of the Kingdom of Granada, the entire region remained in the hands of the Nasrids. 

After the capitulations of 1492, the Castilians allowed the Muslims to maintain their religion and customs. 

 At the beginning of the 16th century, there were some altercations that provoked a first rebellion. 

 In 1568, it was the rebellion of the Moors and that led to the war of the Alpujarras. The square of Pitres was the square of arms of the Christians and provisioning of the troops.

 The defeat of the Moors led to their expulsion from Spain. The lands abandoned by the Moors were repopulated with Aragonese, Navarrese, Castilian and Murcian people.

With the new settlers, the landscape changed definitively.

 Contemporary Age

 During the 18th century, the region continued to be anchored in a process of isolation.

 The name of Taha of Pitres will not be used for a long time either, barely a century.

 Also at the end of the 18th century, but especially during the 19th century, many adventurers arrived in the Alpujarra. They left their experiences written down in romantic travel books. 

 In the 20th century the most dramatic moment is the Civil War. Because the front between the national zone and the republican zone was in the Barranco de la Sangre. Pitres was under the Republican zone, so it was bombed from several fronts.  

 A very hard post-war period that lasted too long forced many inhabitants to emigrate. 

 The municipality of La Taha was officially born on July 12, 1972, with the merger of the old municipalities of Pitres, Mecina-Fondales and Ferreirola. 


What to See in Pitres

The Church of the Christ of the Expiration of Pitres

The church of Pitres which was built just after the Christian Reconquest in 1530. And also in the Rebellion of the Moors of the Alpujarra was burned and repaired later. Years later, already in the 20th century it was looted during the Civil War and almost completely destroyed. It was then rebuilt.

It has a single central nave surrounded by side chapels and a separate main chapel. In addition it is necessary to emphasize that the cover arranges in the lateral one of the epistle and to the feet the slender tower rises.

 The Mirador Garden

The Mirador Garden is located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada National Park. It is a Biosphere Reserve and a Site of Cultural Interest, which is why it is one of the best protected and best preserved areas of the Alpujarra.

Hondillo Neighborhood

This neighborhood of Pitres, also called the Barrio Alto because of its location. Of which it is necessary to emphasize that its urban helmet has suffered many vicissitudes throughout history. The last destruction was during the Civil War. In spite of this, the town maintains its traditional physiognomy and it is convenient to take a walk through its alleys and slopes.

Its main street, with arcades, is flooded with vegetation and is the most photographed by visitors.

 The Caserón

It is a recreation of a typical house in the Alpujarra. With a space for animals and developed in two heights. Built in the 40s of the twentieth century after the war. The building body was Devastated Regions. Its aim was to rebuild part of the houses destroyed by the Civil War. In addition to offering a house inspired by traditional models, but with the modernity that allowed the time. At the time it was described as the “gardener’s house”.


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