Things to do in Granada
A guide through the gardens, palaces and legends of the great Nasrid fortress to delight the five senses.
Granada would not be complete without its Arab quarter. This is a route through the squares, palaces and alleys where the city was founded in the 11th century.
This Andalusian mountain range offers extraordinary alternatives such as skiing under the moonlight or discovering its Arab roots.
Paseo de los Tristes leads to the Mirador de San Nicolás lookout, a must-see spot on your trip to Granada.
This 1501 monastery, the starting point of the Andalusian Way of Saint James, houses a hostelry for pilgrims and a restaurant that is run by the cloister nuns.
The charm exuded by Granada’s Alpujarra towns will wrap itself around you, so forget about your worries and relax.
Carthusians spent more than 300 years building the monastery that is considered to be the best example of late Spanish Baroque architecture.
This former hospital, which housed syphilis patients and the mentally ill, is now the location of the Vice-Chancellor’s Office of the University of Granada and its prestigious library.
The terrace at the Barceló Carmen Granada hotel offers a birds-eye view of the city to make visitors feel like they are in ‘heaven’.
The second-highest mountain range in Western Europe is the region with the most biological wealth throughout the peninsula and features dozens of unforgettable excursions.