Attractions,Alhambra,Catedral,Sacromonte,Sierra nevada,los cahorros,senderismo,trekking

  • Alhambra

    C/ Real de la Alhambra s/n CP - 18009 (Granada) .

  • Flamenco show in Granada

    Camino del Sacromonte, 70, Granada, Spain .

    Granada is undoubtedly one of the references of flamenco in Spain and more specifically of Sacromonte one of its cribs. The Sacromonte neighborhood is the focus of what they call the "jondura" and the "elf", and in it the Zambra originates, a festival of flamenco singing and dancing dating back to the 16th century and the nuptial rituals of the Moors of Moorish city.



  • Tablao Flamenco and Restaurant

    Calle Dr. Oloriz, 25, 18012 Granada, Spain .

    We have to really breathe, we have to go through the tunnel of time and live a night of flamenco that feeds your soul, that fills you with hope, that makes you scream.

    A show of detail, careful, that looks at those gypsies and gypsies of the Sacromonte, the artists and legend of Graná.

    Flamenco returns to Graná, flamenco made true, made pottery, made memory of what it was, of the experience.

  • Granada Cathedral

    Calle Gran Vía de Colón, 5, Granada, Spain .

    The Church in Granada - among the oldest in the Christian West - is one of the first to be founded in the peninsular territory.

    In its almost bi-millennial history, the successive Christian communities, by living and manifesting their faith, their hope and their love, were creating a rich and varied artistic and cultural heritage.
    When we enter the Cathedral today, beyond aesthetic enjoyment, we must attend, to admire it in its fullness, to its status as a Christian heritage.

    It is necessary, therefore, a double key - theological and artistic, spiritual legacy and cultural legacy - to understand this temple dedicated to the Incarnation of the Son of God in the womb of Mary.

  • The Alcaicería - The Old Souk or Arab Market

    Plaza Bib Rambla, Plaza de Bib-Rambla, Granada, Spain .

    Its name comes from the Arabic al-qaysariya, which designates a commercial institution and the buildings that compose it. Although it is also said that it is related to the name of Caesar, to which the Arabs were grateful for allowing them to trade the silk.

    It was a closed and well protected market, owned by the monarch after the Conquest, where raw silk was delivered to collect taxes and mark it, and where, in addition, high-priced merchandise was sold: silk, silver objects, goldsmiths, sumptuous clothes , whose sale was prohibited outside it.

    craft store in the clariceriaLa Alcaicería was founded in the s. XIV next to the Great Mosque at the time of Muhammad V. It was accessed through nine doors that closed at night to protect it.

    After the conquest of the city (1492), the Christian kings organized their government, maintaining Muslim institutions and customs, although always appointing the governor among the lords of the nobility.

    It closed at night with solid doors, and inside it remained only the warden of it and the guards. In the S. XVI had almost 200 small stores.

    In the S. XVII significant changes occur. Bermúdez de Pedraza, states that all kinds of silk, woven and hank, gold, cloth, linen and other merchandise were sold in the Alcaicería.

    Its warden keeps it and watches at night with dogs, opens and closes it during the day, and takes care of its cleaning.

    View of the cathedral's dome from the mayor's office in Granada At night, all the doors and establishments were closed, the shutters of the surrounding houses, with bars to prevent theft, and the guard towards a thorough round, leaving only two of They and the warden with the dogs.

    In the S. XVIII silk cultivation suffered a setback and some stores were not rented. The enclosure was divided into two parts: one, with the fish markets or silk shops, and the other, with the jelices, customs and their offices.

    Thus, lineros, notaries and other stores were installed without relation to the art of silk. An emblematic place that you will not forget.




    s/n Av. de la Ciencia Granada, AL 18006 .

    The Science Park is a 70,000 m² science center and museum, located a few minutes from the historic center of Granada. Since its inauguration, in 1995, it is the most visited museum in Andalusia. More than 7 million known people and their facilities, a figure that has consolidated it as an international reference center for scientific dissemination in southern Europe. It is open all year, from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays, and offers activities and exhibitions for all audiences.