Trevélez is often cited as the highest village in Spain, but this honour actual belongs to
At 1476 metres above sea level. It’s popular with tourists who come for the views, the walks and the more adventurous climbers-
Trevelez is famous for it’s hams. There are many lofts dedicated to drying “Jamón” in the village. Definitely try some and it goes well with red wine an almonds.
Autonomous Community: Andalucia
Population: 823 (2011)