At the foothills of Sierra Nevada, between the Darro and Genil rivers, stretches one of the most touristic and culturally rich cities in the south of Spain. Its impressive Moorish legacy is wonderfully complemented by Renaissance architectural masterpieces as well as state-of-the-art installations from the 21st Century.
The Alhambra Palace and fortress is a prime sight to see and tour when in Granada. Steeped in rich history and visually breathtaking, what’s not to like?.
A world heritage site of meandering medieval Moorish streets make Albaicín a perfect sightseeing spot and really give a flavour of the history of the region.
Also called the Cathedral of the Incarnation, with impressive architecture both inside and out, this is one site you do not want to miss when you visit the city.
Situated in the heart of the Penibético mountain range, Sierra Nevada is home to the southernmost ski station in Europe, in addition to the highest peaks in the Iberian Peninsula: Veleta (3,394m) and Mulhacén (3,478m), all at just 100km from the Mediterranean Sea.
Hidden among almond trees, vineyards and terraces, La Alpujarra offers typical Granadian cuisine, natural landscapes and peculiar local architecture in a calm and serene setting.