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!
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Read an excerpt from Sabina Ostrowska’s new book The Crinkle Crankle Wall: Our First Year in Andalusia. Sabina and visiting family climb up the steep hill to explore the ruins of Montefrio’s Moorish castle.
This post is inspired by the list of observations about small-town England, published on Facebook by American Scott Waters, which has recently taken the internet by storm. I just happened to stumble upon it yesterday, which was in fact Día de la Hispanidad, and decided to list my 100 observations about small-town Spain.
Here at GranadaSpain we focus mainly on Granada City and Province as a fabulous holiday destination. But of course many people, like us, don't just come here on holiday, they come here to live and bring up their children. If you are considering a move to Granada then...