If there is a city in Spain that evokes the entire essence of this country, it is undoubtedly Granada. A crossroads of civilizations since time immemorial and located in an unbeatable location, Granada is configured as a vibrant, lively, cultural and close metropolis. The Alhambra, flagship of its vast historical heritage, watches over the city from its hill, a city that attracts nearly three million visitors each year.

Granada is music and poetry, pure monumental art, ancient culture. It is a province that reaches the sky from the steep peaks of the Sierra Nevada; cities of impressive architecture in the Altiplano; white towns scattered across valleys and slopes that end at the cliffs and beaches of the Tropical Coast. The province of Granada, a privileged tourist destination, allows travelers to practice skiing in the Sierra Nevada, venture through the hidden Alpujarra villages, tour the last frontier of Al-Andalus in Western Granada or stay in caves that recall troglodyte life.

Information links:

Tourism information from the Granada City Hall

Tourism information from the Diputación de Granada