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Palacete de Cázulas

18698 Granada,

Manager: Stephanie Watkins
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Tel: (+34) 616 76 64 46
Número de Registro en Turismo:CR/GR/00206 
Tourism in Granada

Alhambra and Generalife

Panoramic View of Alhambra and Generalife, Granada
The Alhambra together with the Generalife Gardens represents the zenith of Arab art, one of the most visited monuments in the world, and certainly the most visited in Spain. 
More than eight thousand visitors pass through its doors every day.


Panoramic view of Albayzin

The ancient Arab and Moorish quarter of Granada is a picturesque maze of streets and whitewashed houses and is located on a hill among baroque churches, Renaissance palaces and Arab minarets.


Flamenco in Sacromonte, Granada

The Sacromonte caves have been home to gypsies, bohemians and Flemish artists alike for centuries. Although the flamenco shows are overly commercial, it is a must to see a Zambra (flamenco dance) in a cave of the Sacromonte. 

Arab Baths

Erab baths in Granada 

The Bañuelo is the name given to the impressive and well-preserved Arab baths from the eleventh century. In the Carrera del Darro, at the foot of the Alhambra, they show the level of refinement the Spanish Arabs attained one thousand years ago. 

Granada Cathedral

 Catedral de la Encarnación in Granada, SpainCatedral de la Encarnación in Granada, Andalusia, Spain

Granada Cathedral was built in the reign of Queen Isabella and is a masterpiece of the Spanish Renaissance style. 
It displays impressive façades and a stunning interior, with a great altarpiece and several chapels. In the burial chamber are the tombs of the Catholic Kings

Corral del Carbon

 Corral del carbon, beautiful Arab monument in Granada, Andalusia, Spain

Corral del Carbon, lying in the heart of the city, is an ancient Arab inn from the fourteenth century which has been beautifully restored, one of the great monuments of Granada. There are several interesting institutions located in the yard worth visiting, such as El Legado Andalusi. 

The Cartuja

Carthusian monk monastery in Granada, Andalusia, Spain

A Carthusian monastery, about two kilometres from the city centre, this monastery was founded by order of Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba on an ancient Arab carmen. It contains a beautiful seventeenth-century Baroque church and a beautiful cloister. 

Plaza Nueva and Carrera del Darro

 Plaza Nueva, Carrera del Darro and the Promenade of the Sad Granada's Old town, Andalusia, Spain

Despite its name, Plaza Nueva is the oldest square in Granada. From here you can walk up to the Alhambra or sit in one of the terraces after a visit to the famous monument. Around the square rise ornate buildings of importance, and the nearby lively Elvira Street is famous for its tapas bars, from where you can go to the Albaycin. Enjoy one of the most beautiful and inspiring walks for the Promenade of the Sad.

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Palacete de Cázulas
18698 Otivar

Manager: Stephanie Watkins
Email: ]UbiaMnF=nnfRMot9F@{dRc?zea>TqpzHu2+~lN3=ScaX~J}s/PHLK.6ca)Yqo.%Vm
Tel: (+34) 616 76 64 46
Número de Registro
en Turismo:CR/GR/00206