Santa Cruz del Comercio
Santa cruz del Comercio is one of a series of villages that form the Poniente Granadino (west side of Granada), which is becoming an interesting reference point for tourists thanks to the characteristics of the AREA.
In the vicinity of the Bermejales reservoir, visitors can enjoy the incomparable setting of the north face of the Sierra Tejeda mountain range, which is a striking reddish-brown rock surrounded by the greenery of the vineyards, the yews and pines which in winter is capped by a white layer of snow.
HistoryIt was also called Santa Cruz de Alhama.
Located between the AREAs of La Vega and the old Temple, it shares its history with Alhama and Loja. The municipality, in terms of historical events, like all villages in the Poniente Granadino (west side of Granada) has witnessed the Roman Empire, the long Muslim rule, the christianisation process after the wars of Granada, and the presence of Napoleonic troops during the war of independence in the 19th century.
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