Granada is a province in Andalucia in the south of Spain. The province’s capital, also called Granada, is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, at the confluence of four rivers – Rio Beiro, Rio Darro, Rio Genil and Rio Monachil. It is about 2,400 foot above sea level and about an hour by car from the Mediterranean coast.
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The Alhambra was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It is Granada’s most emblematic monument and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Spain. It consists of the Alcazaba (a defensive zone), the Nasrid Palaces (more residential and formal state in character) and the palace, gardens and orchards of El Generalife.Read More
Open: November - April
The Sierra Nevada mountain range is home to Europe’s most southern ski resorts. Due to its high peaks, tourists can usually ski here from November through to the end of April. Located just two and a half hours from Marbella, it is one of the few places in Europe you can be soaking up the sun on the beach in the morning and skiing in the afternoon.Read More