The city of Granada, one of the most beautiful in the world, located in the south of Spain, between the highest mountain range in the Iberian peninsula (the location of the most southerly Ski and Mountain resort in Europe: Sierra Nevada) and the tropical and Mediterranean coast. Full of history, Granada has been a point of encounters, meetings and crossings of the most diverse cultures since the early ages, having reached its greatest splendour during the successive Arab reigns, which lasted for eight centuries.
Despite this pre-eminent past, Granada has become a modern, equipped and dynamic city, in which its university, the third biggest in Spain, has an important role, providing the city with a young, cultural and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Next to the capital, and forming part of the region of Granada, is a chain of towns united by their history and the city of the Alhambra. Towns that share their wealth of heritage and variety of landscapes, towns that make it possible to get together and enjoy being close to the snow, the waters of the Mediterranean, the towns of the Alpujurra and the Gorafe desert.