Top Ten Things To Do in Granada

Suggestions, ideas, plans or whatever you want to call them to experiences this 'sea and mountain' made province to the fullest The Alhambra Diving, tasting, learning, skiing and even flying. We go to Granada to appreciate it in its fullness through to ten experiences. Because traveling in capital letters is much more than uploading photos to Instagram.  Come with us to truly experience the province of Granada! 1. FLY THROUGH THE DESERT OF

10 amazing local products from Granada that will surprise you

From the snow of the mountains to the tropical climate of the coast, Granada has a wide climatic diversity in its mountains, valleys and plains. We select ten of the best products made in this land, many of them included under the brand Sabor Granada. We taste a production that includes gin, chocolates, cheeses, oils, wines, beers and even spicy sauces and biscuits in the shape of arabesques inspired by La Alhambra. Hot sauces from Sierra

Tapas Tour through Granada’s traditional neighborhood “El Realejo”

We are going to enjoy the gastronomy of Granada through one of the most idiosyncratic neighborhoods of the city while we learn about its history and enjoy the spring sun of the winter. Santo Domingo Square © Nacho Sánchez Yehuda Ben Saul Ibn Tibbon was a Jewish poet, doctor, philosopher and translator who lived in 12th century Granada. He is the patron of the translators and his statue serves as an entrance to the

Excellent Local restaurants in Granada not to be missed

Our gastronomic route through the capitals of Andalusia takes us to Granada. Here you have our selection of proposals from local chefs, everything including tradition and avant-garde, with passion for gastronomy being common denominator. Chikito Restaurant La Fábula. San Antón, 28 La Fábula was born in 2007 at the Villa Oniria hotel, a beautiful four star hotel near the Acera del Darro and the theatre Isabel La Católica. Until 2010, its chef was Álvaro

Tapas Tour in Granada: the best places to pamper your palate

We go to Granada to learn some secrets of its cuisine from the hand of Spain Food Sherpas. We try organic olive oils, natural wines, tropical fruits, haute cuisine snacks, La Alpujarra ham and, of course, homemade piononos while we get to know a little more about the history of this city. Asparagus casserole chikito © Nacho Sánchez   Jorge Ruiz likes to travel (who does not). But in his travels, he spends a lot