Things to do in Granada
Follow this route to experience the best of Granada’s nightlife scene and the trendiest hotspots in the city.
Cubillas Reservoir is the perfect destination for multi-adventure activities in an idyllic setting that we will tell you all about.
Granada’s cuisine is a fusion of cultures. These are the best dining alternatives with the Alhambra as the backdrop.
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 spot where the bodies of Isabella I and Ferdinand II rest in Granada was not chosen by chance: this is the place where the Medieval world ended and the future of the Spanish Empire was established.
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.
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 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.
This square of Nasrid origin has quietly accompanied the city over hundreds of years and is today known for its restaurants, terraces, flower stands and Gigantones fountain