Cultural heritage

Behind high, whitewashed walls draped with tendrils of ivy, there lies a private, hidden world of Andalusian charm. Behind these walls there are beautiful gardens and orchards called the Cármenes of the Albaicín and Realejo districts, tiny farmsteads brimming with colour and filling the city with their perfume of roses and jasmine the whole year round.

Some of them have been turned into museums and top class restaurants. Most of them are private residences, but is possible visiting the Carmen de la Victoria (owned by the University of Granada ), the Carmen of Max Moreu (which houses a painting museum), the Carmen de la Fundación Rodriguez Acosta and the Carmen de los Mártires (property of the City of Granada).



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