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Camino de Granada

A captivating city

In a visit to Granada, we recommend seeing: The Alhambra, Cathedral and Royal Chapel, Albacin district, Sacromonte and Abbey, Carmen de los Mártires, Monastery of Cartuje and Monastery of San Jerónimo, Corral del Carbón (Coal House), Royal Hospital, Chancellery, Casa de los Tiros (The House of the Shots), Basilica Angustias and Basilica San Juan de Dios, Science Park Museum, Archeological Museum, Museum of Manuel de Falla, Museum of Federico García Lorca

But apart from these attractive visits, Granada is in itself a city you will fall in love with.

There is a young university population that occupies a group of facilities and places in their free time where there isn’t room for boredom. Its restaurants, cafés, bars, etc are famous where the most popular food is TAPAS.

Its shops are traditional and updated, and its shopping centres make the city very lively and give movement and colour to its streets. Its many days of sun and its good temperature in spring, summer and autumn contribute to this good atmosphere.
Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada

It is the most southern ski station of Europe

At the moment, Sierra Nevada is a well established sky station.

A proof of this is the continuous increase of the ski station which is visited by thousands of visitors from all the Spanish cities and countries of Europe every year to practise snow sports or just to relax in the high mountains.

Its accommodations offers, its infrastructure and services (gastronomy, shops, health care) and its night life make Sierra Nevada one of the most attractive places of Spain when there is snow.
The Coast of Granada

The Coast of Granada

The coast of Granada is at a bit more than 30 minutes by car from the city centre and it is situated between the coast of Almeria (East) and the coast of Malaga (West). It stands out for its good temperature of about 20ºC and it has more than three hundred days of sun per year. Its vegetation has all the varieties of tropical fruits.

We will like to point out the villages of Motril, which has the highest population density, and Almuñecar because of its beaches and its location. There are also other villages with receives lots of visitors like Salobreña, La Herradura, Torrenueva, Carchuna, Calahonda and Castell de Ferro.

All these places on the coast offer a good level of accommodation in hotels and apartments, and also the typical services of a holiday resort and gastronomy based on fish and sea food.