Lubrin in Almeria Spain

Lubrin is a white-washed village set within the Sierra Filabres Mountains in the Almeria region of southern Spain.

Since the 16th century Lubrin has relied on its agricultural products, in particular olives and almonds on irrigated terraces and the rearing of goat herds for their popular soft cheese (queso de cabra).

Lubrin can be reached from the E-15/A-7 Motorway and there are 4 Airports within 2 hours drive, starting with Almeria at 1 hour, Murcia St Javier at around 1.5 hrs, then Granada and  Alicante, both around the 2 hours and with all the major low-cost airlines (inc. BA) flying to all, or some of them.

The village is blessed with Bars, Shops, Bakers, Butchers, Pharmacy and Banks, as well as a very popular weekly market every Wednesday and public Swimming pool open during summer months.

You can get to the coast within 45 minutes and driving along some breathtaking and very quiet roads with many places to pullover and just take in the majestic views.


Here is a map of most bars/shops. (Please note that the Health Centre has moved up next to Las Delcias).