Granada is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain with an extensive cultural heritage and a large number of municipalities we recommend visiting of you want to know typical charming villages in Andalucia.
Situated in the Alpujarra of Granada the place is outstanding for its exquisite gastronomy, crafts and the popular fountain of Chumpaneira, whose waters according to legend help to find a partner.
Centuries of history have left an important cultural legacy in its impressive fortification which can be spotted from far with the sea in the background and gastronomy where abound tropical fruits grown in the fertile lands around.
Very near the city of Granada and about 1000 meters above sea level is situated this village whose name of Roman origin means 'snowy' and presents the visitor spectacular views of Granada and Sierra Nevada.
Perfect for those who want to hike and enjoy the Sierra de la Yedra.
With a Moorish fortress dominating the town from a rock this typical Andalusian village provides visitors with artisan cheese and good olive oil.
Vélez de Banaudalla
Very close to the coast is situated this beautiful location very popular among lovers of climbing and adventure tourism. A village with Arab origins and monumental legacy where we highlight it’s over half a century old garden and the remains of a mosque.
A village characterized by steep slopes and the production of sausages and it’s pretty typical Andalusian white houses.
Village with one of the most important archaeological sites in the world where human presence dates back more than 1 million years ago.
In Orce we recommend visiting its museums of Prehistory and Palaeontology and its palaces and fortifications.
Located over 1000 meters with spectacular scenery where is especially outstanding the Enchanted Forest.
Municipality located near Loja noted for the production of beluga caviar, considered one of the world's best.
One of the oldest cities of Granada with traditionally prepared sausages and numerous tapas bars.