A-326 - A-326

Well Alcón - Huéscar
Flag of the province of Granada (Spain) .svg Granada andFlag of the province of Jaén.svg Jaén, SpainFlag of Spain.svg Spain
Route data
Identifier A-326
Type Autonomous road
Length 52,13 km
Administration
Administration Juntadeandalucia.svg
Junta de Andalucía
Orientation
places
Places it crosses Alcón
Tala Well Bartolo
Los Torres
Cebas
Manuel Díaz
Cañadas
Castril
Fátima
Huéscar
Location 37°48′45″N 2°45′58″O / 37.812413888889, -2.7660694444444Coordenadas: 37°48′45″N 2°45′58″O / 37.812413888889, -2.7660694444444

The A-326 is a road in the Andalusian regional network of the provinces of Granada and Jaén that connects the towns of Pozo Alcón (Jaén) with Huéscar (Granada) passing through Castril (Granada). It also passes next to the La Bolera reservoir and over the Castril reservoir dam .

Take the route of the old C-330 road (Pozo Alcón - Cieza) between the towns of Pozo Alcón and Huéscar .

Crossing populations

In addition, it should be noted that there is a section, initially owned by the CHG ( Confederación Hidrográfica del Guadalquivir ), which is impassable and therefore closed to traffic and if it is in good condition it would save fifteen minutes in time for move between Castril and Pozo Alcón. The question is, why isn't it fixed?