Visit Granada’s Alhambra this spring and discover the beauty and history of the Generalife palace and gardens… before the heat arrives.
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As well as all the pretty lights and Christmas markets, there are a number of festive activities that are quite unique to Spain. Here are just five very Spanish traditions that you can enjoy in Granada or at home this Christmas and New Year. Unsurprisingly, because it’s Christmas in Spain, some of it involves food!
Of all the cities in Spain Granada is one of the most enchanting to spend Christmas. Of course many people come for the skiing but, with the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada as a backdrop, all the festive lights and seasonal attractions combine to make the City a magical place to visit at this time of year.
Looking for somewhere to improve your Spanish? Come to Granada. With all the many cultural and social opportunities on offer in this great city, it’s the perfect place to go out and practice face-to-face whatever you’ve learned through books, online and in the classroom.
“If you are lucky enough to live at the beach, you are lucky enough!” And if you are lucky enough to get to the Costa Tropical this year, here’s our Granada Beach bucket list for 2020.
This secluded, little-known nudist beach, not far from Torre Nueva is usually very quiet due to tricky access down a 500-metre stairway.
For those who prefer something a little more secluded check out nearby pretty Cala de la Rijana. This is a very popular spot with scuba-divers.
Castell de Ferro is a small fishing village with a well maintained urban beach with boardwalk that is popular in high season.
Located at the most eastern end of the Costa Tropical this urban beach is well maintained and quite popular with the Spanish in high season.
A secluded nudist beach situated 1.5 km west of La Rábita. The remoteness means you won’t find any chiringuitos on this beach.