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Take a trip of a lifetime to this stunning, Spanish city in the mountains of Andalucia where a breathtaking historical city skyline, centuries of Moorish influence, gorgeous nearby historical, mountain towns and villages and delectable Spanish regional dishes await you! In Granada you are ideally situated in southern Spain with easy access for heading westward to explore the beautiful natural heritage of the rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada National Park. There is so much to see and do in the vicinity of Granada!A fabulous holiday home for everyone
Find your perfect Andalucian holiday home away from home amongst a wide selection of stunning holiday homes and rentals on offer in and around Granada, near Alcala la Real and on the coast near Almuñecar and Motril an hour south of Granada by car. Browse a selection of spacious, upmarket properties perfect for 2, 4, 6, 8 or even 10 guests. Many of these beautifully furnished, fully equipped holiday homes and rentals feature a stunning private courtyard or garden with a sparkling pool with elevated views. You have the option to staycation at your stylish hacienda relaxing by the pool and soaking up some sun!
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Granada is a top tourist destination because of its renowned architecture, dramatic mountain setting in Spain´ s southern Andalucia region, narrow winding streets, wonderful ambience and myriad of tapas bars. This beautiful heritage city enchants with beautiful Renaissance, Baroque and neoclassical buildings that are perched alongside one of the grandest feats of Islamic architecture in the world, the Alhambra Palace. There are several low cost carriers that fly from London and the Midlands directly to Granada in under 3 hours making this a fabulous destination for a city break. Granada is 1.5 hours from the Malaga coast and 3.5 hours from the beach resorts of Benidorm and Alicante by car.Spanish regional dishes and unique local attractions
Soak up the unique atmosphere in the narrow winding streets of this exciting Andalusian city where the moody drama of gypsy flamenco and bustling eateries await you. Admire breathtaking views of the city and discover dramatic mountain landscapes and incredible, remote villages in the high altitude Sierra Nevada National Park just an hour west of Granada. Here you can also explore 23 spectacular signposted footpaths for hikers and 13 cycle tracks! There are more than 100 km of pistes for skiers nestled against the slopes of the mountains of this region with altitudes of up to 3000m!
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Immerse yourself in the rich, traditional Spanish cultural heritage of this fabulous city. Eat an exquisite meal in the stunning Albaicín Old Town or bar hop and enjoy the local culture of free tapas with your drinks! Everywhere you go you will have an opportunity to sample Granada´s fabulous signature culinary delights such as Remojó, a Muslim influenced salad of oranges, spring onion, olives, hard boiled egg and codfish. Head to the Roma quarter of Sacromonte to try Granada´s speciality omelette “Tortilla de Sacromonte”Granada for history and culture lovers
Granada is like a giant living museum packed with historical treasures and centuries of culture. Boasting a fantastic history that dates back to Spain's Moorish occupation you will be able to feast your eyes on sumptuous architectural wonders and enjoy a variety of world class museums filled with spectacular works of art and artefacts. Each of Granada´s distinct districts is an adventure of meandering streets and gorgeous old churches and buildings. Be sure to visit the Alcaiceria market where you can browse and bargain for a wide range of leatherware, ornaments and gorgeous, iconic hand painted Fajalauza ceramics!
Did you know that Granada´s fabled Moorish heritage dates back more than 700 years!
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Be dazzled by an ancient masterpiece of Islamic architectural design at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains where Granada's Alhambra awaits your discovery! Here you can explore several majestic palaces and marvel at incredible landscaping and blooming rose gardens alongside lavish, embellished fountains. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a must see for visitors to this region. It is a good idea to book advance tickets as this renowned 140 000 square metre attraction draws a lot of visitors and has a daily visitor quota!2. Granada Cathedral
This elegant 16th century church is considered to be a masterpiece of the Spanish Renaissance style and you will be amazed by the opulence of the interior and the stunning facades! The dome of the main chapel features magnificent stained glass, intricate sculptures, sumptuous gilded decorations and exquisite paintings. Stand in awe of the scale and architectural genius of this magnificent world renowned architectural sight!3. Stroll about in Albaicín
Get a feel for Granada´s fabled former Arab quarter of Albaicín on foot by exploring meandering cobbled streets amongst beautiful whitewashed houses and squares with cascades of jasmine. Perched high against the hillside opposite the Alhambra, this interesting quarter also offers spectacular views over the city from the Mirador de San Nicolas. Be sure to browse the lively flea market on Plaza Larga if you happen to be out and about on a Saturday!4. Granada Museum of Fine Art
If you have a thing for classic works of art you will be in heaven surrounded by the some 2000 renowned art treasures contained in the Charles V palace in the Alhambra complex. Here you can admire a large number of paintings and sculptures from the 16th century and beyond and see paintings by Alonzo Cano who also famously designed Granada´s cathedral facade!5. See a flamenco show
No trip to Granada is complete without an evening of flamenco! Head to the old Roma gypsy district of Sacromonte up in the hills high above the city of Granada where you will find many of Granada´s most renowned flamenco tablaos. A magical evening awaits you at Los Tarantos, one of Granada´s best known flamenco caves that features 3 cave entertainment areas where you can enjoy the traditional Granada Zambra style of flamenco typical of gypsy weddings