It is the most western town of the province of Granada. Its unique urban center, full of Renaissance buildings, was the birthplace of the “Espadón de Loja” General Narváez in the 19th century. It was also the scene of the bloodiest peasant uprising in the history of Spain. A city full of history in each neighborhood and with a great monumental beauty. Its famous Alcazaba, the Church of la Encarnación or the Narváez Palace stands out. If you are planning to sleep in Loja, we leave you some accommodations to make it easier for you to find the one you like the most.