| Province & Villages - Granada
Granada is built on three Hills: Sacramonte, Albaicín and Sabika which create great scenery together with the year round white Sierra Nevada as backdrop. Due to its Arabic past Granada obtained with the Alhambra an impressive heritage.
Sacramonte – Here you find the famous cave homes of the Gypsies. Some of them are still in use and quite often quite luxurious.
Albaicin – This former Moorish residential quarter is the oldest part of Granada and has been included into the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Sabika – On top of the so called castle hill rules the Alhambra as the towns landmark. It is an exceptional example of Moorish architecture with an abundance of rooms, arcades, patios and the charming generalife gardens. It is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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