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Looking for a warm and attractive place with history and charm? Granada has it all. Stay near the historic centre of the city or choose a holiday home in the Albaicín. Are you thinking of winter holidays? Stay close to the entrance of Sierra Nevada National Park and enjoy the skiing season and a cosy rental. You will fall in love with this city where you will find an interesting mix of cultures, history and food. Start looking for your ideal home in Granada and enjoy Spain at its best.Feel at home in Granada
Enjoy a visit to the city with your family or plan a fun weekend with friends and stay in a spacious holiday home that can accommodate up to 8 people. Looking for a romantic getaway? Find a love nest for two in the town centre. Traditional Islamic architecture and modern decorations are combined with colourful tiles and distinctive elements. All the modern cons are available, so you will feel at home from the moment you arrive. To beat hot summer days, you can choose elegant and secluded holiday homes with private patios with nice porches, terraces and swimming pools. Dining al fresco will be your favourite thing from now on. Don’t let others tell you what it’s like, so come and experience it yourself!
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The area and getting around
Nestled in Andalusia, southern Spain, Granada is a great city with the impressive Sierra Nevada mountains as a backdrop. This city has become a popular tourist destination, and it is well known for its medieval architecture and Moorish decoration. Places such as the Alhambra fortress, the palaces, and the magnificent Generalife Gardens are on every traveller’s list and you cannot miss them. The city is easy to access and you can walk and visit the cathedral, the old part of town and the shopping area. The Arab-flavoured street life goes hand in hand with tapas bars and traditional eateries. Discover the magnificent churches and don’t miss the opportunity of enjoying one of the best treats, the “teterías”, the traditional tea houses where you can sample some of the best flavoured teas.Around the city
The great network of public transport in and around the city allows you to move easily and visit the main landmarks. You can take the bus or taxis to access the outskirts, where some pubs and flamenco shows are. Enjoy the busy streets of this university city, where students flood the streets during the weekend to have a great time around Calle Pedro Antonio, Calle de las Teterías, and Calle Elvira. Enjoy strolls around the Botanical Parks of the university or Parque Federico García Lorca. In the summer, from 1pm to 3pm approximately, the streets are quieter as Spaniards enjoy a restoring “siesta” during the hottest hours of the day.
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The Arabic influence is woven through the recipes of Granada's cuisine based on the use of spices. Meat, seafood and a varied range of fresh beans, artichokes and aubergines are the base of a rich and tasty cuisine. Try the classic tortilla del Sacromonte, the pipirrana salad, paella, gazpacho cold soup, broad beans with ham, bean casserole, papas a lo pobre as mains. For those with a sweet tooth, you have some tortas de la barreta, made of almonds and caramelised sugar, Cakes of the Virgin, and the tasty biscuits known as roscos de San Lázaro. The town centre is dotted with tapas bars around Plaza Nueva and in Puerta Real along with varied eateries to enjoy these dishes and many more. Enjoy a nice lunch or dinner at Alacena de las Monjas or the Restaurant Aben Humeya. Raise your taste buds and enjoy your meal!Granada for tea lovers
The tea ritual is well known around the world. The Brits have enjoyed this drink for several years, making it part of their own culture. The Arabs also introduced this delicious beverage in southern Spain. In Granada, you will find tea houses and tearooms where you can try exotic, flavoured teas. For a true experience, head to the pedestrian Caldereria Nueva, where the Arab tea houses, stalls and craft shops line up the street. Sit down at Teahouse Abaco, Teahouse Kasbah, Nazari, Alfaguara, or Teahouse Oriental to name a few. Enjoy some tea time, with pastries, Moroccan food, iced drinks, and pancakes. Get the real tea experience.
Did you know the city symbol is a pomegranate, which translates to “Granada” in Spanish?
Top 5 travel tips in Granada
La Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stands on a hilltop, with the impressive Sierra Nevada mountains behind. This absolute must-see was the residence of the Nasrid Dynasty until the 15th century. It is considered an Islamic museum of palaces, incredible and detailed architecture surrounded by defensive walls. Within the Alhambra there are four groups of buildings you can visit which are the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces, The Palace of Charles V and the Generalife Palace. Stroll along the manicured Generalife Gardens and admire the fragrant roses, the patios and fountains.2. Go to the Albaicín and the Mirador de San Nicolás
Stroll along the hillside neighbourhood of the Albaicín, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site. This medieval Arabic quarter is a picturesque area with whitewashed houses lining up the narrow streets. Entering from Puerta Nueva, follow the streets that lead to the Cuesta de la Alhacaba, where you will get great views. There are several lookout points where you can see the Alhambra and the magnificent views of the city. The most popular one is at the heart of the Albaicín quarter, the Mirador of San Nicolas, a terrace in front of the Church of San Nicolas. From the Carrera del Darro, one of the oldest streets in Granada, you can also get great panoramic views of the Alhambra. Enjoy wandering the streets and admire its architecture. It will captivate you!3. Explore the Gipsy neighbourhood of Sacromonte
Sacromonte is Granada's colorful Gypsy neighbourhood. This neighborhood starts around the hilly street of Cuesta del Chapiz, and from here, the Camino del Sacromonte ascends the hill. The Gypsies settled in the caves of Sacromonte in the 18th century. Enjoy the atmosphere and marvel at the artistic homes decorated with colourful ceramics. There is also a museum in one of the caves that you can visit. Find a venue and enjoy a flamenco dance at Cueva de la Rocío. There is a guided tour of the Sacromonte Abbey for those who wish to visit this gem of Baroque architecture.4. The Hammam of Granada
The Arab Baths, known as Hammam, was a tradition brought by the Moors, and the Bañuelo in Granada is one of the oldest and best preserved in Spain. Featuring a rectangular floor plan, the walls are made of concrete and the chambers are covered by brickwork. Visitors can have a similar experience at the Hammam Al Andalus near Plaza Nueva and have the Water Journey, relaxing massages, body rituals and pampering experiences to connect you to your inner self.5. Colours and smells
La Alcaicería is the Arab Spice Market that runs along Calle de la Alcaicería, from the Plaza Alonso Cano. The Arab bazaar is a recreation of the Moorish market that previously existed here before the fire in the mid1800s. The area is a network of narrow streets that was once a hub for trading silk and spices. At present, this colourful street is a place where tourists can find unique gifts and incredible souvenirs.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Granada
How much do the holiday homes in Granada cost on average?
Granada is one of the cheapest cities in Spain. An overnight stay here costs on average €118.55 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday homes in Granada?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Granada are January, September, and August, with average prices of €102.83, €108.42 and €108.57, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday rental in Granada?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Granada was April, with an average price of €154.95 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of €136.19, and December, with €129.23.
Is Granada a good location for a last-minute getaway?
When visiting Granada it is necessary to think ahead, as 51% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
The best months to find available accommodation in Granada are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 65.5% of the total in 2020), May (63%), and July (58.5%).
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Granada are, in order, February (with 19.6% of available rentals), January (28%), and March (31%).
How many holiday homes are there in Granada?
We have grouped together the offers from 20 different partners in Granada, so we can provide you with around 1300 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favourite!