Routes and strolls through Granada
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.
Well before the Moors and the Christians, Sephardi Jews lived in one of the most picturesque districts of Granada until their expulsion in 1492.
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 former summer home of Nasrid sultans hides magical spots such as the Water Channel Courtyard and the Water Steps.
The melancholic nickname of this street along the bank of the Darro River contrasts its traditional festive atmosphere and unbeatable views of the Alhambra.