The origin is very superficial. It is located about 5 kilometers deep, in a set of very tight faults that cross parallel from northwest to southeast under the city of Granada and a handful of towns such as Santa Fe, Pinos Puente or Atarfe. It is these deep wounds that have caused the seismic swarm in the area in recent days, fortunately without great damage to regret.
The last scare occurred on Tuesday night, when the earth shook repeatedly reaching a magnitude greater than 4, according to the provisional calculation of the National Geographic Institute (IGN). One of his seismologists, Luis Cabañas, explains that it is impossible to assign the movements to a specific fault