Granada is one of the 8 provinces that form the region of Andalusia. You can find the mountains of Sierra Nevada , with the highest peak of the Iberian peninsula, Mulhacén, 3,482 meters high and Costa Tropical, with around 80 km of shores, there are tourist resorts such as Almuñécar and Motril. With this natural enclave, it is one of the few provinces where you can choose to spend a day at the beach or skiing.
If you are lucky enough to travel to this area of Spain, we recommend you to visit the Alpujarras, a set of small villages with typical white houses nestled in the mountainous area of Granada, the last refuge of the Arabs in this land. You can continue to Guadix, with its characteristic cave houses.
In the city of Granada, you can admire the Alhambra and enjoy this city with a great university atmosphere, where young people from different places of Spain and other countries give a very special colour to this city.