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Rural and active tourism

The peace that surrounds these small white villages, the five natural parks in the province and the Sierra Nevada National Park together make Granada a paradise for those looking for the chance to rest and to connect with nature. The province continually focuses on green tourism and has developed a complete structure of services and rural accommodation, ranging from luxurious hotels to the colourful tourist accommodation in cave dwellings in the northern part of the province. 

Sierra de Baza Natural Park

This natural park is located in a place of incomparable beauty between two extensive plains  - the Hoya de Guadix-Granada and the Llanos de El Marquesado. There are many records proving that it was an area already populated in ancient [...]

Sierra de Castril Natural Park


This natural park is located within the municipality of Castril. The highlight of the park is its topography, shaped by limestone composition of the soil, the large amount of rainfall together and the influence of the wind. For these reasons [...]

Sierra de Huétor Natural Park

The Sierra de Huétor is a natural park not far from the city of Granada that has always been popular with locals. Its lies between 1100 and 1900 metres above sea level. The area’s limestone soil has created incredibly beautiful [...]

Sierra de La Sagra

Puebla de don Fadrique

This is the highest peak in Andalusia after the Sierra Nevada. Its peaks remain covered in snow during autumn, winter and early spring. It is nestled to the back of the Sierra de Cazorla and the Sierra de la Segura, [...]

Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama Natural Park

The Parque Natural de las Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama is located between the provinces of Granada and Malaga, and acts as a natural border between them. Its history is full of legends about smuggling, poaching, rebellions and resistance [...]

The National and Natural Park of the Sierra Nevada

The National and NaturalPark of the Sierra Nevada has the  highest peak in Spain: the Mulhacén (3482 metres).  The Sierra Nevada was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO on 1986, then a NaturalPark in 1989, and finally it was awarded [...]

Cárcavas de Marchal Natural Monument


These beautiful solid clay formations were produced by the erosive action of water. Over the centuries, settlers dug caves out of these rocks to use as their homes.

Cueva de Las Ventanas Natural Monument


This is the only cave in the province of Granada that is open to the public and the main attraction in Píñar. It has access for the disabled.


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