Take a stroll around a historical city that seems to have come straight out of A Thousand and One Nights. Almost eight centuries of Moorish pres­ence have left a rich al-Andalús lega­cy. You will love the beautiful Alhambra and the Albaicín neighbourhood, both considered UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


There is an abundance of culture in the museums and art centres. You can en­joy spectacular Flamenco performanc­es in the Sacromonte caves and follow in the footsteps of illustrious maestros of Spanish literature and music like Federico García Lorca and Manuel de Falla.


You will enjoy wonderful sunsets from the lookout points and the cármenes, beautiful traditional Granada houses with gardens.


In the surrounding area there are ex­traordinary natural features like the Sierra Nevada, where you can ski with views of the Mediterranean. You can also take a dip on the beaches of Salobreña, Motril and Almuñécar in the heart of the Costa Tropical.


The Granada cuisine is a delicious blend of Mediterranean flavours with a Moorish legacy. Taste the renowned tapas, which are served alongside drinks, and which have become part of the city.


The friendly and hospitable character of the Andalusian people make you feel right at home.