The Saint Nicholas lookout is one of the places that you must see when visiting Granada. With a spectacular backdrop, amazing views of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, it has one of the best views of the city, in the Albaicín neighborhood, and only 15 minutes walking distance to the city center. At the Saint Nicholas lookout one can enjoy the best sunset from a bohemian and magical place, while vi ...[Read More]
Being the southernmost resort in Europe, Sierra Nevada is the one with largest number of sunny days to enjoy skiing days. Located just 35 km from Granada, due to its proximity, you can enjoy skiing and all that the city offers.
The Costa Tropical is less than one hour away from Granada and has fantastic beaches where sun and sea unite to offer a warm atmosphere all year long. There are contrasting beaches, from the most tranquil cove to the most turistic beaches. You can practice sports such as sailing,surfing, windsurfing, snorkelling, fishing…as well as golf or take many different routes to get to know its villages. Th ...[Read More]
It’s the most well-known Arab monument in the world. At first(18th century), it was a military fortress called the Alcazaba, but afterwards it’s perimeter was made larger to include the building of the beautiful Nazarene Palaces.Because there are so many visitors , it’s convenient to buy your ticket early in the morning or beforehand or use the Bono Turistico that allows you to e ...[Read More]
The Granadian Alpujarra suprises us with beautiful scenery among almond trees and vineyards. Due to its especially mountainous geography, the villages have been built on the uneven terrain, which is why its homes are staggered and oriented towards the south to take advantage of the good Mediterranean climate. Among the towns in this area is Lanjarón, known for its medicinal mineral waters. Also th ...[Read More]