Hiking routes in Granada and natural tourist attractions
This Andalusian mountain range offers extraordinary alternatives such as skiing under the moonlight or discovering its Arab roots.
The beaches on Granada’s Costa Tropical have it all: crystal-clear water, fine sand, pebbles and tropical temperatures.
Southern Spain hides a small piece of paradise: Granada’s Costa Tropical, which boasts clear waters and 20 °C year-round.
The Verde River is one of the most beautiful places for canyoning and a fantastic alternative for a different kind of outing.
La Herradura Bay is a top scuba diving spot. Here we explain why, so be sure to visit.
Cubillas Reservoir is the perfect destination for multi-adventure activities in an idyllic setting that we will tell you all about.
Discover Llano de la Perdiz, the place where Granada’s residents go to escape city life and the perfect destination for a countryside outing.
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.
The paths connecting the 25 towns in this area attract nature lovers and travellers interested in the local history and food.
The charm exuded by Granada’s Alpujarra towns will wrap itself around you, so forget about your worries and relax.