Lanjarón, Granada (Spain).
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The World-wide Health Organization has recognized Lanjarón like one of the places of more longevity of the planet. It is indeed the quality of its waters – together with the climate, the pure mountain air and the Mediterranean diet – allowing many of its citizens to live more than one hundred years. With a population of 5.000, 50 of them are more than 90 years old, and 150 more than 80 years old.
Lanjarón is a municipality and village in the Alpujarras area in the province of Granada in Andalusia, Spain.
It has a ruined castle and chalybeate baths. It is most famous, however, for the bottled water produced in the town. This was the first bottled water company in the whole of Spain and provides water to the whole of the peninsula.
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