Granada

Granada is the capital of the province with the same name and is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, in the Sistema Bético, the Iberian Peninsula's highest mountain range. Located to the east of Andalusia, in southern Spain, Granada enjoys one of the country's greatest cultural heritages. As well as the world-famous Alhambra and the Albaizín district, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Granada boasts a Renaissance cathedral dating back to the 16th century. We can also visit the underground passageways and caves as well as Granada's various cármenes (traditional villas).

Some of the more well-known events include: the International Festival of Music and Dance, the International Jazz Festival, the Hocus Pocus Festival, the Tango Festival, together with the complete cultural agenda on offer. The main fiestas include Semana Santa (Holy Week), declared to be of National Interest for Tourists, Corpus Christi and Día de la Cruz (Day of the Cross).

And if this weren't enough, you can go skiing in winter making use of the superb facilities on offer at the Sierra Nevada ski resort situated less than 30 km from our hotel, or take a dip in the warm waters of the Mediterranean on any of several beaches along Granada's Costa Tropical: Motril, Salobreña, Almuñecar, all just a 40-minute drive away by car.

The cuisine in Granada and Andalusia is rich and varied. This alone is certainly a good enough excuse to visit the city. There is a large number of bars and restaurants where you can taste succulent dishes, including migas (fried breadcrumbs), remojón (traditional salad made with cod), habas con jamón (broad beans with ham), tortilla del Sacromonte (a type of omelette) and gazpacho (cold soup made with tomatoes and peppers)… In Granada you can also discover the art of "tapas".

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