Pujerra is one of the Upper Genal's most characteristic villages; standing next to the river, it is shrouded in dense chestnut forests; between summer and autumn, when these trees are at their finest, the colourful contrast between the whitewashed village houses and their green surroundings becomes even more evident.

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AIL (Agente de Innovación Local): Mariana Mena

Pujerra, in the Genal valley, is home to a fascinating museum that celebrates the area’s fame as a producer of chestnuts and also gives an insight into how the people of the area used to live in the 19th century. The exhibits are spread over three…

Pujerra has had a town council since 1814 when Fernando VII bestowed up on  the category of independent town thanks to the heroic participation of Pujerreños in the defense of the Serrania against the French invaders.