Granada - Guide a Grenade
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Consult with us about the activities you can do in Granada, and in the province. We can organize a good tourist route for you to admire the best monuments and offer you a good stay in Granada and its surroundings.

In winter, if you love skiing in Sierra Nevada in the winter sports resort, Sol y Nieve.

Almost all year round you can swim at the beach, savor tropical products and discover its white villages, Almuñécar, Salobreña.

Or take a superb stroll through the Moorish villages of the Alpujarras with their typical architecture to taste typical products such as Trévelez ham with its IGP (protected geographical indication) label.

Let us advise you on where to taste the traditional “tapas”, see a good flamenco show, where to go shopping.



At the foot of Sierra Nevada, the highest peaks of the Iberian Peninsula, the city of Granada preserves in all its beauty, unique monuments in the world: The Alhambra and the Albaycin.


THE ALBAYCIN, it is the old Arab district of the 13th century, it was the most prosperous and most populated district with three thousand souls which was the pride of the Nasrids.



  The ancient Moorish district which takes us on a journey through the eastern and northern cities of Africa, a labyrinth of alleys and small squares.


     These “Carmenes” houses with the murmurs of the fountains, its multitudes of whitewashed houses to maintain freshness, the district that makes Granada lovers dream with its viewpoints to appreciate the elegance and majesty of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada.


THE ALHAMBRA, an almost complete citadel, stands as the seat of power of the Nasrid dynasty. It is an essential monument to better understand the culture of Al Andalous. A succession of Greco-Roman culture and predecessor of the Renaissance in Europe. Magical par excellence for its state of conservation and the impressive beauty with its constructive harmony and its decoration.




In the center, several historic buildings like La Madrasa, the Funduq, the Cathedral, La Chapelle Royal (Mausoleum of the Catholic Kings), and monasteries like the Chartreuse and Saint Jerome, el Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo in the Jewish quarter, el Realejo .




After the conquest of Granada by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492, many monuments of great artistic and architectural value which contemplate the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque Mannerist and neoclassical styles, will enrich this World Heritage city.

Indeed, Granada has been, and is, the aquarius of artists of universal dimensions, one of its most illustrious sons, the Grenadian poet, playwright, prose writer, pianist and composer, Federico García Lorca. Great musicians like Ángel Barrios, international architects like Alonso Cano, and 12th century poet lovers Hafsa and Yafar, a love story with a tragic ending.

A city from which sultans, doctors, painters, architects, singers and “flamenco maestros” were inspired to create their works out of admiration in Granada.

Although the old Jewish quarter, el Realejo, has disappeared, it is witness to the Jewish presence in Andalusia, known as Sefarad. It remains an emblematic district with the statue of Ibn Tibbon, translator, linguistics and rabbi who became one of the major figures of Provencal Judaism of the 12th century.


The REALEJO with its buildings, museums and squares offer an idyllic place to soak up the cultural and gastronomic richness of Granada.

The “SACROMONTE, the authentic troglodyte district, where even today the gypsies are famous for its traditional flamenco, “la Zambra”.

Zambra is the popular flamenco of Granada, born in the 19th century in the heart of Sacromonte, as a fusion of cultures and music. Currently you can listen to and see Zambra dancing in the streets and certain corners, but there are also places where you can see high quality flamenco. A show that is always very moving and exciting.

Contact us to give you information and advise you on the best places.