Cómpeta, Granada is one of those Spanish gems, a small village populated by a 50-50 split of Spaniards and foreigners, and one of the prettiest places around.
Oddly too, with just 4,000 inhabitants, Cómpeta still manages to have a plethora of excellent cafes and restaurants serving superb Spanish food, and a thriving local agricultural economy in olives, olive oil, almonds, fruit and honey.
Cómpeta is also a wonderful place for walks (it is right on the doorstep of the Tejeda, Alhama and Almijara mountain ranges).
That is why holidaymakers every year book a hotel or apartment in the village so they can do a ‘walking holiday’ with lovely Cómpeta as their base.
In fact, if you are looking for a picturesque spot, with great food, lovely people and a relaxing atmosphere, you cannot do much better than Cómpeta.
Check out the video below to see just how lovely this pretty place actually is, and then…book your trip.