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At the base of the Sierra Nevada hills, in the middle of the rivers Darro and Genil, is located one of the most colourful towns in Andalusia. As well as its outstanding Al-Andalus tradition, there are Renaissance architectural treasures and the most contemporary facilities, fit for the 21st century.

The entire town of Granada has been declared a national monument, in most part due to the homage of the fantastic Alhambra Castle, a distinctive Moorish citadel dating back to the 10th century. The Castle and its attractive gardens is the most explored historical monument in Spain, attracting millions of travellers from throughout the world each year – it’s simple to see why! Take the time to explore the entire complex; from the magnificent Generalife Castle with its spectacular backyards and water fountains to the Castle of Charles V, the Alcazaba, the court of the Myrtles, the bath of Comares, the Hall of Kings and so much more – this is a voyage back in time like no other.

Granada offers visitors the opportunity to uncover an original and abundant mixture of Spanish culture and Arab legacy, next to the contemporary, multicultural feel. The town also serves as an outstanding starting point to visit the rest of the province. In this bustling town, you can feast yourself on all things historical or relax out in one of the several central tapas bars, vibrant bars and open air cafés that can be discovered everywhere in the town’s heart.

Sierra Nevada

The Sierra Nevada is the 2nd highest mountain range in Europe, located in the Sierra Nevada National Park. The province is typified by its rugged wilderness, snow capped hills, the attractive Las Alpujarras area, whose medieval settlements sit within the foothills of the hills.This Sierra Nevada is part of the attractive tradition of Granada, and is covered with snow all year round. The tops of the Sierra Nevada rise over 3,000 metres high, terminating at the Mulhacen peak which has an altitude of 3,481 metres. The Sierra Nevada is a favourite ski resort of southern Spain.


The region blend fresh seafood specialities from the shoreline of the Costa Tropical, with abundant, hearty stews and meat meals from the mountain area. The significance of the region in the course of the Moorish occupation is also apparent in Granada’s cuisine, with abundant spices and sweet hints, like honey, incorporated into local meals.


Granada organises several festivals that fill the roads with life and cultural activities. A nice opportunity to take pleasure in the festive ambience is Easter week, which has been designated of National Tourist Interest. The Conquest of Granada Festival is also well worth seeing, in addition to as the Corpus Christi Fair (with important bullfights) or the festival of the Virgen de las Angustias. Lately there are open-air festivities and a wide program of activities.

Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Benidorm, Denia, Empuriabrava, Lloret de Mar, Malaga, Roses, Salou.

Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Romantic trips, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Adventure and Sport, Sightseeing, Girls Getaway, Families with pets, Tourists without a Car, People with Disabilities

Granada, Spain - General details

Arboretum, atm, botanical garden, speleology, churches, duty free shop, fitness centre, walking paths in forests, supermarkets, hospital, library, marina, water parks, theme parks, wine vault, rich gastronomic offer, tennis clubs, swimming, walking paths, rent a bike, fishing, horse riding, ski resorts, golf courses, surfing, mountain biking, mountain paths, paragliding, scuba diving, hunting, bird watching, casinos, hiking paths, rafting, snorkelling

Granada, region of Andalusia - Distances

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    Granada - Sevilla: 211 km
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    Granada - Madrid: 359 km
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    Granada - Barcelona: 682 km
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    Granada - Peligros (0+ accommodation units): 5 km
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    Granada - Huetor Vega (2+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Granada - Churriana de la Vega (2+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Granada - Albolote (2+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Granada - Alfacar (0+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Granada - Viznar (1+ accommodation units): 7 km
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    Granada - Cajar (0+ accommodation units): 7 km
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    Granada - Cenes de la Vega (1+ accommodation units): 7 km
  • Airport "Granada", town of Granada (Ryanair, Spanair, Air Europa, Iberia Airlines, Formosa Airlines): 15 km
  • Airport "Pablo Ruiz Picasso", town of Malaga (Germanwings, Air Berlin, Air France, AeroMéxico, Royal Air Maroc, Finnair, Alitalia, City Airline): 97 km

Tourist attractions and sights

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    Generalife, Granada, 1.3 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    The Generalife became a leisure spot for the kings of Granada when they intended to get away from the official affairs of the castle. The castle and backyards were constructed in the course of the reign of Muhammad III (1302–1309). Initially the castle was connected to the Alhambra by a covered walkway across the ravine that now divides them. The Generalife is among the oldest surviving Moorish gardens.
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    Albayzin, Granada, 1.5 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Albayzin is the aged Moorish quarter of Granada that retains the slim winding roads of its Ancient history. This is a part of city to check out. Stroll via all its slim roads and uncover things that you cannot discover in a guide book. The Albaycin is an area where you can experience the ambience of its clubs and terraces, and watch a red sunset over the Alhambra.
  • Carrera del Darro, Granada, 1.6 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Carrera del Darro is the cobble-stoned road which over hangs the river and which was previously among Granada´s primary arteries. The night is the most favourite time to walk down the road.
  • Basilica de San Juan de Dios, Granada, 0.9 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Basilica de San Juan de Dios was constructed in Renaissance style in 18th century to honor one of Spain's most iconic spiritual figures. Inside you can admire the exceptional arch, a spectacular organ from the 17th Century and the Basilica Museum.
  • Mirador de San Nicolas, Granada, 1.4 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Mirador San Nicolas is situated on one of the highest points of the Albayzin at the Camino Nuevo de San Nicolas. This is a nice place to see the Alhambra and the town of Granada, day and night.
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    Castle Alhambra, Granada, 2 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Alhambra is a palace and citadel complex situated in Granada, Andalusia. Alhambra was constructed between the XIII and the XIV centuries. The fortress of Alhambra is situated on a important point, with a view over the entire town. Yusuf I (1333-1353) and Mohammed V (1353-1391) are responsible for the majority of the constructions of the Alhambra that we can still admire these days. The Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the inspiration for several stories and songs.
  • Carmen de los Martires, Granada, 8.2 km from the centre of town of Granada.
    Carmen de los Mártires is a 19th century house situated just to the right of the Alhambra castle. The Carmen of the Martyrs is a romantic set of gardens, a successful mixture of French and English styling. There are some attractive sights of the Alhambra from the other side and exceptional sights of the town of Granada and the Sierra Nevada.
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    Ski resort Sierra Nevada, recommended ski resort for experts. 41 km from town of Granada.

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