When we think of Granada, the Alhambra or Sierra Nevada comes to mind but Granada province has many other attractions. Specifically, Sercotel Hotels offers in Granada 4 star hotels
The northern part of Granada province has one of the most extravagant spanish landscapes. It is a semi lunar landscape where at some point in history was a sea. There is also a deposit of ancient animal fossils such as saber-toothed tigers, hyenas or hippos. This variety of fauna is an excellent reason to look for hotels in Granada that accept pets.
With an average temperature of 20 degrees per year, the tropical coast of Granada stands out for its enormous cliffs and tasty gastronomy. Almuñecar, Motril and Salobreña are the 3 outstanding municipalities.
Federico García Lorca is the illustrious symbol of Granada. There are several museums in his honour, such as Museo Natal in Fuente Vaqueros, Casa Museo de Valderrubio and Huerta de San Vicente museum. You can also visit Centro Lorca, in the capital.
The Alpujarra are several white villages with streets of considerable inclination that are located to the south of Sierra Nevada. It is a virgin territory where it is worth visiting Barranco de Poqueira villages (Pampaneira, Bubión and Capileira). Trevélez is also worth mentioning, as well as its exquisite ham.
To the north is the village of Montefrío. It is an old Arab settlement, now transformed into a village that mixes Moorish and native architecture. It is located under a cliff and at the highest point is the Villa’s church. At the base you will find the house of trades and La Encarnación’s church.
The village of Lanjarón is famous for its water spring. It is worth going and filling your canteen with water.
Finally, we recommend Guadix. Fascinating for its cave houses and for being the territory of the Iberian Peninsula first settlements. A visit to the Alcazaba and the Cathedral is a must.