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Apartamentos Turísticos Mauror
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments (Sleeps: 3 - 8)
Cuesta de Gomerez, 42, 18009 Granada, Spain
Score from 108 reviews: Exceptional 9.7
Featuring a shared terrace, Apartamentos Turisticos Mauror is located in Granada. Set next to the Alhambra woods and 15 metres from Puerta de las Granadas, it offers apartments with free WiFi. More

All air-conditioned apartments have a modern décor, flat-screen TV with international channels, sofa bed in the living area and a dining table, while the kitchen is equipped with a microwave, fridge, coffee machine, and toaster. Some apartments have a balcony and views of the city.

The building has a lift and it offers an airport shuttle at an extra cost. Private parking is available.

Apartamentos Turisticos Mauror is located 220 metres from Plaza Nueva Square, where you can find several bars and restaurants, and Granada Cathedral is a 2-minute walk away. Granada Train Station is 15 minutes from the property on foot.

Apartments: 9

Holiday home Cuesta del Realejo Granada 18010 Granada, Spain
Cuesta del Realejo is a 70 m2 holiday home in the hill of Alhambra, in Granada. The house offers view of the mountains. The house features a living room/dining room and a kitchen on the ground floor. More

There is also a terrace of 15 m2.

The house is located 500m from the center of Granada. Several shops and restaurants can be found within 300m from the property.

Holiday home: sleeps 3

Motel Sierra Nevada, Granada Avenida Juan Pablo II, 23, Beiro, Granada
Score from 749 reviews: Good 7.8 There is 1 person looking at this hotel.
This comfortable Motel is located 2.5 km from the historic centre of Granada, 100 metres from Granada Bus Station.

It offers a seasonal outdoor pool, 3 padel tennis courts, spacious gardens and free Wi-Fi.

The functional, air-conditioned rooms at Motel Sierra Nevada feature satellite TV, a desk, telephone and private bathroom. Some rooms have kitchenettes and room service is available.

A continental breakfast is served in Sierra Nevada’s café, while the restaurant offers traditional Andalusian dishes. A children’s playground, a ping-pong table and a sun terrace can all be found outdoors.

Buses to the centre of Granada stop within a few metres of the motel every ten minutes. Granada Cathedral is 3 km away, while the Alhambra is located 5 km away.

The motel offers car and bike hire and has free private parking. It is located 5 minutes’ drive from exit 123 of the Sierra Nevada Motorway. Federico García Lorca Airport can be reached by car in 20 minutes.

Hotel Rooms: 33



Pensión Alfin Cuesta de Gomerez, 31, 18009 Granada, Spain
Score from 132 reviews: Very good 8.1 1 person is looking at this guest house.
Set in an Andalusian manor house from year 1700, Pensión Alfin is located in the old town of Granada, 10 minutes’ walk from the Alhambra. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout.

This guest house has central heating and offers rooms with flat-screen TV and private bathroom with shower. Some rooms have a balcony. Pensión Alfin also has a shared lounge and offers luggage storage and a daily cleaning service.

Guests can find a wide selection of shops, bars, restaurants and places of cultural interest within walking distance away.

The Cathedral is 450 metres away, while Albaicín and Sacromonte are 2 km away. Granada Airport is 25 minutes’ drive away. Parking is available at an extra cost.

Hotel Rooms: 4

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Guadix Granada

Immediately below one’s feet lies a broad yellow plain, perfectly bare and bounded by crinkled, ochre coloured mountains, and through the middle of this plain there runs a deep green splash, looking like ink that has been upset from a bottle, whish is the oasis formed by the river of Guadix and its tributaries”. Excerpt from “South from Granadaby Gerald Brenan This area has been historically known as a crossroads and a natural route from eastern Andalucía and is now traversed by the A-92 national road.

The terrain has an attractive lunar feel with towering hillsides that serve as a prelude to the heights of the Sierra Nevada range. An incredible landscape of ochre hills with a vast rich green fertile plain populated by mulberry and poplar trees nestling at the feet of the ochre hills and giving the setting for the cathedral town of Guadix which is overlooked by the Alcazaba and coincidentally has the largest collection of caves in Europe.

More than 3,000 families live in these dwellings that are cool in summer and warm in winter and there is even a cave museum to show what these homes are actually like.


Guadix holds quite a religious history; around A.D. 70 the Christians adopted it as the first of their missionary stations in Spain. Legend has it that San Torcuato and his six companions were chosen by St Paul to preach the gospel in the area and the mining areas and possibly the slaves that worked in them appeared to have attracted them to the Guadix region. San Torcuato settled in Guadix and his junior, San Cecilio was left to preach in Granada so, with this illustrious beginning to Christianity in this area, the bishop of Guadix takes precedence over all the other bishops of Spain.

The author Gerald Brenan tells of a miracle in connection with San Torcuato, where an olive tree that grew at the door of the basilica was covered in flowers on the eve of his festival and on the following day, May 1st, bore fruit. Gerald Brenan describes this as“ a quiet little miracle, befitting the Iberian temperament and also an appropriate one.”

To the south of the province, bordering the Sierra Nevada lies Marquesado de Zenete, the earth all around has a characteristic reddish colour due to the mining of iron ore nearby. This is an area of mining villages and small agricultural communities, such villages are Alquife, Ferreira, Lanteira and Jerez del Marquesado, whitewashed with a main traffic of burros (donkeys) carrying fresh grass along the narrow streets which are also frequented by flocks of cabras (goats) and ovejas (sheep). The area offers the opportunity to walk, cycle or to enjoy horse and pony trekking. Also here lies La Calahorra with its spectacular Castillo de Calahorra a domed 16th Century castle standing on a knoll that can be seen for some distance from whichever way you arrive there. La Calahorra is also the gateway to the spectacular route of the Puerto de la Ragua where, during winter, cross-country skiing and dog sledging all year round pony trekking and is available.

To the east of the province lies the Parque Natural of the Sierra de Baza also known as the “Isla Botánica”. So called, as it is an isolated area of more humidity than its surroundings.

La Sierra de Baza covers 52,337 hectares and covers four municipalities; Baza, Caniles, Gor and the Valle de Zalabí municipality that is made up of Alcudia de Guadix, Exfiliana and Charches. The source of the Río Verde rises here and there is a great variety of fauna with native Mediterranean forests coexisting with coniferous forests that have been recently introduced. It is possible to see a variety of raptors, for example the Real eagle and Egyptian vulture and also there are many wild mammals to be seen, including wild cats.

Towards Granada to the west of Guadix in the leafy valleys of poplars and olive groves, crowned by red peaks and dotted with caves lie the pueblos of Purullena, Graena and La Peza. Purullena is particularly renown for its cave dwellings and for the rows of shops lining the main street selling locally made ceramics.

In the centre of the province of Granada and to the northwest of its capital is the Sierra de Huétor, in which lies the municipality of Diezma, standing at 1,233 metres and offering the best views of the Sierra Nevada. The Parque Natural of the Sierra de Huétor covers 12,428 hectares and includes the municipalities of the fertile valley of Cogollos, Huétor Santillán, Benalúa de Granada, Víznar, Alfacar, Nívar and Diezma.

This area includes the sources of the Ríos Darro and Fardes. Oaks and Maples can be found growing together with the coniferous trees and species like the wild goat, wild boar and the Real eagle can be found here.

The Sierra de Castril forms the border between the provinces of Granada and Murcia it covers an area of 12,215 hectares and due to being a very steep area boasts an abundance of waterfalls and caves. Oak trees and coniferous forests in the highest areas dominate the vegetation; wild boar, wild goat and wild cats can be found in the area.

The Sierra Montillana lies on the border of the provinces of Granada and Jaén, to the north of the city of Granada and the western edge of the municipality of Guadix.

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Apartments and Villas Costa Tropical, Granada,Spanish Holidays direct from the Villa and Apartment owners of villarenters. Granada is the capital of the province with the same name, situated in the eastern part of the region of Andalusia. Geographical and scenic diversity charactizes the land. There is the coastal area with its warm climate; the extensive, fertile Genil plain; and the mountainous regions with a colder climate, where we find the 3,481 meter Mulhacᆲ the biggest peak on the peninsula of Spain. The city of Granada is located at the foot of the sierra Nevada mountains at the confluences of the Darro and Genil rivers. Its unique history has bestowed it with an artistic grandeur embracing Moorish palaces and Christian Renaissance treasures. As the last Moorish capital on the Iberian peninsula, it also holds great symbolic value.The city of Granada has been shaped by the hills, where the old districts in the Albaicᅠand the Alhambra were founded, brimming with steep, narrow streets, beautiful nooks and crannies, and marvelous landscapes. The new part of the city is situated on the plain, crisscrossed by the large arteries of Gran V¢de Colᅠand Calle de los Reyes Cat←cos, and where the busy streets around the Cathedral are found.