With a history that goes back thousands of years, Granada owes its priceless artistic and cultural heritage to both Christians and Muslims.
The mix of artistic styles, the quality of its cultural and musical events and the ancient traditions that live on nowadays, make the city’s culture one of the greatest appeals to tourists.More info
Designated World Heritage, this is without a doubt the most iconic site in the city and one of the most visited in Spain. The eight wonder is the most famous Moorish construction in the world with its twelve centuries of history and is Granada’s flagship.More info
The Nature Reserve of Sierra Nevada is one of the largest and most appealing ski resorts in Europe but is also a privileged setting for endless activities to enjoy with family or friends.More info
The province of Granada is the ideal destination for those who wish to shed off their stress and forget about the hustle and bustle of the city, by relaxing in its thermal baths, spas and natural pools, among other options. This is an enclave where the Culture of Water became, and still is, one of the main identifying marks.More info
Granada is Flamenco and Flamenco is Granada. The Sacromonte quarter is known as one of the cradles of Flamenco and here you will find shows, tablaos, festivals, bars and exhibitions that you won’t want to miss.More info