Enjoy a relaxing stroll around the most emblematic monuments and zones of the Province of Granada from your home computer.
Granada's most emblematic monument. Take a walk through the richly decorated rooms of the Arabian palaces, the walls and towers that defended it for centuries, and the gardens that intoxicated the senses of the Kings of the Nasrid dynasty.
Declared by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve, its National and Natural Park houses one of the most extensive populations of endemic plants and animals in Europe. In addition it also boasts the best ski station in Spain and La Ragua Pass.
The poet Federico García Lorca defined La Alpujarra as a "country from nowhere". Indeed, its mountainous landscapes, the particular architecture of its small white villages and its unique customs and traditions transport the visitor to another world.
The monumental complex of Guadix is one of the most beautiful in the Province of Granada, and the Cathedral its most valuable architectonic treasure. Built between the XVI and XVIII Centuries, its structure houses all of the artistic styles: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassic.
Thousands of years ago, the north of the Province of Granada, known as El Altiplano, was submerged beneath a lake. The archaeological remains uncovered in the area testify that some of the first human beings to settle in Europe lived on its shores.
The visual impact of the landscape and architecture of this village in the Poniente Granadino is seductive from the first moment. The first thing that strikes one is the imposing monumental complex composed of the Arabian fortress and the Church of la Villa, standing on the peak of a wall of rock in an audacious architectural manifestation.
The cultivation of sugar cane was, in the XX Century, one of the economic motors of the Coast of Granada. Today, the sugar plantations have been replaced by those of tropical fruits. The museum keeps the memory of this industry that marked the history and scenery of the coast alive.
Its construction was ordered by the Catholic Kings following the conquest of the city and is considered to be one of the culminating works of Spanish Renaissance. The great height and spaciousness of its five whitewashed naves make it the most majestic temple in Granada.