Natrural Areas in Andalucia, Granada, Sierra Nevada

By |2017-10-30T20:04:24+00:00April 12th, 2008|Granada|

Granada, kingdom of heaven. The heights of the Granada mountains makes the province the ceiling of Andalusia. It is the Mulhacen, with its 3482 meters high, the highest point of the peninsula. This summit is part of the Sierra Nevada National Park, considered one of the richest natural areas throughout [...]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 9th, 2008|Granada|

The formerly known as Bastia, which was part of the Via Herculean, now has two notable tourist demands: their sulphurous waters and the legend of the Lady of Baza. […]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 8th, 2008|Granada|

Glorious head perched Nazari, this artistic and historic city saw Boabdil mourn for “not having defended like a man”. History A primitive core of Iberian settlers settled in the hills where today the suburb of Albaicin and the Alhambra rise. The war between Carthaginians and Romans ended with [...]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 7th, 2008|Granada|

Traditional troglodyte caves and architectural wealth are the heritage of this city that displays its charms in the foothills north of Sierra Nevada History His condition crossroads, and also of civilizations and cultures, he attracted Julius Caesar, who founded the city in 45 B.C. with the name of [...]

La Calahorra

By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 6th, 2008|Granada|

Right in the highlands of Marquesado, Calahorra is located in the northern port side of the Ragua, single step across the Sierra Nevada. History Its name comes from the era of domination Arabic, when referred to the city as Galatians-Alora, “tower defense” or “bulwark”. In 1490, the Catholic [...]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 5th, 2008|Granada|

City sources and homeland Ramon Maria Narvaez, valid for Elizabeth II, Loja stands under the Mount Hacho and the whim of Genil. […]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 4th, 2008|Granada|

Salobreña At the heart of the Costa Tropical, the maze of streets full of plants clings to the rock that covers the sea from heights. […]


By |2017-10-30T20:04:25+00:00April 3rd, 2008|Granada|

Trevelez Divided into three districts that were to grab the more than 200 metres, you know hams are cured in a microclimate prefect. History The origin of his name could be found in Velex, Latin word meaning “valley” and could allude to those who are at the margins [...]

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