Sobras is an incredibly impressive village just 50km outside of Almeria, Spain. Besides the typical Andalucian culture, Sorbas also has a rich history. The first to settle in Sorbas was the Arabs during the Moorish era, and their impressive footprint has lasted over the centuries. Located in the lower part of the village are artisanal potteries. The era of the Arab settlement can also be seen in the structure of the old town.
The village of Sorbas is located over a small plateau over the Rio Aguas, and the white houses are almost suspended over the ravine, an impressive sight worth seeing. The most important attraction is the karst formation in the Yesos de Sobras, the most important of its kind in Europe and a must-see for lovers of potholing.
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