Costa del Sol Golf Guide
Further afield Spain > Granada
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10 things not to be missed 4. Ski in Sierra Nevada In the south of Spain, in an earth blessed by the sun, the 3,478 meters of highest summits of the Sierra Nevada Massif guarantee the abundance of quality snow in the most southern ski resort of Europe.
7. Sleep in a House-Cave To sleep in a house cave is an experience that allows visitors to submerge completely in the culture and the form of life of more than 3,000 families from Granada. 8. Taste the Caviar of Riofrío and To Travel across Western Granada The extreme purity of waters of Riofrío, in Loja, provides one of star products of the Granada’s cuisine: the ecological caviar.
1. Visit the Alhambra and the Generalife World Heritage Site, the complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife is the most emblematic, known and visited monument of Granada. 2. Visit the Park of Sciences of Granada To visit the Park of Sciences is to enter a different world. A world where the visitor will have the knowledge of the science history on the tip of his fingers.
5. Swim at the beaches of the Tropical Coast A multitude of beaches and small inlets of crystal-clear water, 320 sunny days a year and an average temperature of 20 degrees.
3. Visit the Albaicin and the Sacromonte neighbourhoods The Albaicín (World Heritage Site) and the Sacromonte are two of the districts with more colour, enchantment and history of the city of Granada.
9. Go Shopping Granada is an ideal place to go shopping. To let you take and cross its streets visiting stores and markets is an attractive and colourful form to make contact with its culture and its people. 10. Enjoy the Tapas and the Cuisine from Granada Little plates of stewed snails, potatoes a lo pobre, battered fish, migas and pinchos constantly pass by the bars of bars and tascas in Granada.
6. Know the Architecture of the Alpujarra To know the architecture alpujarreña is to make a trip in time to find its origins in the Berbers tribes who inhabited this area.
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