Alquileres Sierra Nevada
The history of Granada has been marked by the kingdoms of the caliphates, the Arab sultans and the dynasties. The Arab/Muslim Empire extended into northern Spain. There were alliances, treaties and pacts between the various Christian groups that culminated in the expulsion of the Moors from Spain. Granada was the last bastion of power and fell to the Catholic Monarchs in 1492. The Muslims and Jews had only one option: either convert to Catholicism or leave the country. During and after the Inquisition, there was a period of ethnic cleansing. Columbus visited Granada to solicit funds from the kings to subsidise his trip to the Americas and the rest is history.
It surprises many visitors that in Granada, in Andalusia, a land famous for its beaches and abundance of sun, you can ski. Not only this is possible, but Sierra Nevada is one of the best winter resorts in Spain.
Granada has 75.6 km of coastline. Granada's beaches are bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean. The Costa Tropical has excellent road access, both via the A-44 motorway and the network of national and regional roads which run along the coast from the Costa del Sol or Almería.Here you can find everything from small, hidden coves to long beaches where you can walk several kilometres. If you want to discover the best Beaches of Granada where you can spend a day with your family or friends, practice nudism, get to know the most remote and least known coves of Granada, or the most incredible sea beds for diving and fishing, then you have come to the ideal place. At Rincones de Granada we will tell you that and much more.