Due to its perfect location at the foot of Sierra Nevada, next to the Mediterranean Sea and in front of Salobreña, the owners of the MONTE DE LOS ALMENDROS have the privilege of an indescribable and colorful view (the white of the Sierra Nevada, the blue of the sea, the green of the meadow …)
In the heart of the Costa Tropical of Granada we discover Salobreña. White and shiny she embraces the great rock, and looks to the sea. Between geraniums and little winding streets with an ancient Arabic taste; the sea breeze; bright sunlight
- Salobreña castle
- Old town
Almuñecar is a town in the province of Granada. The landscape is characterised by subtropical plantations. It is surrounded by the Sierra de la Almijara, the tropical valley.
- San Miguel castle
- Mansion de la Najarra
- Archaeological Museum “Cueva de Siete Palacios”
Motril is a city full of contrasts. The visitor experiences an endless number of
sensations: Colours, aromas, flavours, they all get mixed up and surprise even the most experienced traveller. The city is a true paradise for senses.
A blue sky allows the sun to shine more than 320 days a year, illuminating the crystal clear water of our beaches and the green of the meadow; in the background the impressive Sierra Nevada.
- Sanctuary “Nuestra Señora de la Cabeza”
- Park of the Pueblos de América
- Major Church de la Encarnación
- History Museum
- The Pond of Suarez
The Sierra Nevada, integrated in the equally named National and the Natural Park is an extensive mountain massif. It has the highest peak of the Iberian Peninsula, the Mulhacen with 3.479 meters. The mountain chain extends from the south-east of Granada to the western end of Almeria. Due to its great landscape variety and its exclusive natural values it obtained special protection and is internationally recognised as Biosphere Reservation.
- Night skiing
- Night sky tour
The Alpujarra shows us stunning landscapes, among almond trees, vineyards and terraces. The mountainous geography has forced the villages to adapt to the conditions, building the houses on different levels. Oriented to the south they can take advantage of the good Mediterranean climate. The streets, cobbled and winding, invite to walk and to take a deep breath in calmness and tranquility. Time seems to stand still in the Alpujarra.
If there is a city in Spain that evokes all the essence of this country, it is certainly Granada; crossing of civilizations since ancient times sovereign location. Granada has become a vibrant, lively, cultural metropolis. The Alhambra is the flagship of its vast historical heritage. From her hill she guards the city which attracts about 3 million visitors every year.
- Historical Center