Negratín Reservoir, Granada, Spain
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Glorious Granada. Negratín Reservoir, Granada, Spain
Step into serenity at one of the largest freshwater lakes in the southern Spanish province of Granada, in Andalusia. The Negratín Reservoir, created by a dam on the Guadiana Menor River, sits the heart of the Granada Geopark, a unique, semi-desert landscape surrounded by the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
Swimming, sailing, and other activities make this stunning lake a popular destination for people to cool off in the rugged desert setting. With its imposing cliffs, gullies, and rocky outcrops, the landscape is breathtaking, no matter the time of year.
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