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Alojamiento con encanto La Luna en el Alba

El Albaicín is the perfect place to get lost in its streets. It was declared a Wordl Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994, here you can enjoy an historical centre clearly influenced by Muslims and the Renaissance, a combination that will not let you indifferent.

San Nicolás Viewpoint

This viewpoint is an essential visit if you travel to Granada. From this point you will enjoy an imposing view of the Alhambra, Sierra Nevada and an incomparable sunset.

Iglesia de El Salvador

This church is located in the ancient part of El Albaicín. It has a Mudejar style and it was built over the Mezquita Mayor of Granada. The mosque was built in the XIII century, but with the arrival of Catholic Monarchs the mosque became the church we know nowadays.

Paseo de los Tristes and the Darro River

Paseo de los Tristes is the most charming place of Granada, known for its amazing views of La Alhambra. The river, the cobbleded street and the view of the Nasrid palace create a very special atmosphere. 

Puerta de Elvira

The Puerta or Arco de Elvira was point of access to El Albaicín from the path Camino Elvira, path that gives name to the monument. 

It is a big arch with shape of horseshoe that was declared Historical Artistic National Monument in 1886.

Calle Calderería

It is also known as “La Calle de las Teterías”; in this street you will find lots of reference to Muslim culture and Arab products such as tea and pastries. 

This street is located in the historical centre, a few minutes from the cathedral.

The Granada Cathedral

The cathedral is considered the first Reinassance Church of Spain and one of the greatest exopnents of this artistic style. The Catholic Kings ordered to built it in 1492. It has a gothic style and at the Royal Chapel are the remains of the Catholic Kings.