Andalucia is one of the destinations with the most cultural heritage in the world.
Near Granada there are many destinations that you can visit:
We could been hours talking about the options that you can enjoy in our province.
If you fancy mountain you can go to Sierra Nevada, one of the best areas for skiing in Spain. There are buses every day since the bus station.
If you prefer coast you have many options less than an hour. Salobreña, Almuñecar, Motril, Calahonda, Castell de Ferro…
You can also visit the Alpujarra’s villages, eat and spend the day in them. Bubión, Capileira, Pampaneira, Trevélez, Lanjarón. It’s up to you, we can’t choose only one.
On the other hand, if you want to know the towns of our province, you also have choices: Guadix, tourist destination for their monuments, cave-houses, and historical buildings. Share the tradition of Cascamorras with Baza, also with a great heritage. Finally, if you have time, don’t forget to visit Alfacar..
Finally if you want to know more about the life of our most international poet, you have the center Federico García Lorca Center very close to the apartments. If you want to know the towns where he was born and spent his childhood you should visit Fuente Vaqueros and Valderrubio.
The most levantian province of Andalucia, washed by the mediterranean sea, has a great cultural heritage, in addition to a friendlier climate than of Granada over the year. Their beaches (whether in the area of Roquetas de Mar, Aguadulce, or especially in the area of Cabo de Gata) are a must-see destination throughout the summer.
Also inside we can find the Tabernas Desert, scene for many of the legendary “spaguetti western” movies.
Cradle of the Califato, it’s one of the most beautiful cities of Andalucía.
Apart from the mandatory visit to the Mezquita, Unesco World Heritage Site, you can visit the famous Cordoban courtyards, the museums, or the Alcazar of the Christians EKings.
You should see in the Jewry the Sinagoga.
Crossing Guadalquivir river you can find the Roman Bridge, and the Calahorra tower.
If you have time, near to Medina Azahara, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2018.
With Granada, the most important city of Eastern Andalusia.
Apart from being one of the best communicated cities in the south of Spain, it begins to be known as “the new Barcelona” due to its project of cultural regeneration.
Inside you can find some of the most interesting towns in Spain, such as Ronda and its “Tajo”, Antequera, where you can see the Torcal and the famous Caminito del Rey, or Nerja, if you want to relax on its beaches.
For a more tourist destination, you can also visit Marbella.
It may seems like the least known of the provinces that surround us, its towns Úbeda and Baeza had been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.
If you want to get lost you in the nature, you can visit Sierra de Cazorla.
Because of its historical rivalry a Grenadian will never recognize this, but if you have time Seville is one of the most beautiful cities you can visit. Two and a half hours from Granada, its center is undoubtedly one of the most interesting in Spain for its huge historical, artistic and cultural heritage, where we recommend the Plaza de España, where it’s very typical to immortalize the visit in one of the banks dedicated to each Spanish province.
If you go between March and June, it’s probably to coincide with a celebration.
We hope these suggestions convince you to extend your stay in our land.