Partal gardens

This large area comprises five distinct parts which coexist in harmony: Palace of the portico: it is located in the Tower of the ladies and owes its name to a structure of portico of 5 arches that give entry to a large central pool that presides over the set. This Palace has been privately owned

The Alcazaba

The choice of the Mount of the Sabika to establish the seat of the Kingdom and the structure of services and production of food and manufactured goods brought inevitably entailed the construction of a well protected fortress. Previous buildings already torn down, as towers and walls were rebuilt and a very large triangular structure was

Nasrid Palaces

It is a set of various Royal houses that were built by the different sultans who ruled in the Nasrid stage and receiving the common nickname of the Nasrid palaces . Three major and independent spaces can be identified: Mexuar, Comares and Lions, among which may be identified half a dozen palaces. These spaces were

Charterhouse

The Charterhouse of Granada is a monastery of cloistered monks, located in what was a farm or Muslim almunia called Aynadamar (Fountain of the Tears) that had an abundance of water and fruit trees. The initiative to build the monastery in that place was begun by Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, known as El Gran Capitán.

The Sacromonte

The Sacromonte neighborhood is located on the Valparaíso hill, one of several hills that make up Granada. This neighborhood is known as the old neighborhood of the gypsies, who settled in Granada after the conquest of the city. It is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods, full of whitewashed caves cut into the rock and

The Albayzin

The Albayzín (or Albaicín) is a neighborhood of Al-Andalus origin, much visited by tourists who flock to the city because of its historical associations, architecture, and landscape. The archeological findings in the area show that it has been inhabited since ancient times. It became more relevant with the arrival of the Zirid dynasty, in 1013,