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Granada Tourism

The “Moorish Pearl” of Spain, the city of Granada embraces a rich treasure trove of history, culture, and strong Arabic influence. Nestled at the foothills of Sierra Nevada at the junction where the majestic mountains blends with the fertile plains of the Vega, Granada allows you to go skiing amidst the snowy yet sunny mountains in the morning and soak in the azure Mediterranean waters by afternoon.

From snowy peaks of the cyclopean Sierra Nevada and Alpujarras Valleys, to the villages tucked along the slopes and the bewitching beaches splashed by the serene, cerulean sea, Granada has it all. The Moorish festivals, the Flamenco music of the gypsies, the mountain Cuevas of the Monastery of Sacramonte and not to forget, the Alhambra Citadel – one of the most renowned structures in Spain, make Granada a breath-taking place to go on a holiday, be it any time of the year.

The Andalusian capital of Spain, Granada is a tranquil city in southern Spain’s Andalusia region, is a tourist attraction where you can experience the spectacular Islamic architecture coupled with gorgeous gardens and Arabic street life. The locals love to spend their time in the bars, cafes and flamenco clubs, encouraging you to mingle with them and learn about their beliefs and customs. Nature lovers will be pleased to know that Granada is situated at the confluence of four rivers with the snowy peaks of Sierra Nevada at the background. Picturesque scenery awaits them!


The “Moorish Pearl” of Spain, the city of Granada embraces a rich treasure trove of history, culture, and strong Arabic influence. Nestled at the foothills of Sierra Nevada at the junct...

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