The city of Granada It boasts a strong cultural heritage, material and intangible, among which the captivating Alhambra presides over the capital of Granada. At its feet, the white Albaicín also holds the title granted by UNESCO. Exploring the narrow streets of this traditional neighborhood is to lose yourself in years of history and culture. The caves of the Sacromonte, on the opposite side of the River Darro, complete the tour of the city with the Mirador de San Nicolás as one of the best postcards of the Alhambra. The sounds of flamenco accompany a stroll through the city: a destination that enamors lovers of art, culture, music and, of course, travel.
The province has several natural parks, uniting the Sierra Nevada National Park: a paradise for any skier or walker. On the southern slope, the Sierra de la Alpujarra, where spring springs are built, is home to picturesque and charming villages.