|Granada boasts a wealth of historical monuments to discover.|
One of Spain's most frequently visited tourist centres, Granada contains many notable architectural and artistic monuments. The city is the seat of an archbishop, and it is dotted with fine Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical churches, convents, monasteries, hospitals, palaces, and mansions. The aforementioned cathedral at the city's centre is profusely ornamented with jasper and coloured marble, and its interior contains many fine paintings and sculptures by Alonso Cano. South of the city centre is the administrative and commercial section of Granada, while to the west is the modern residential sector.
A Baroque church with a spectacular gold altar and shrine to San Juan de Dios. More >
The Church of San Pedro & San Pablo hails from the Renaissance period. More >
The Corral del Carbon is one of Granada´s oldest and best preserved monuments More >
The Church of San Nicolás is well worth the steep hike through the Albaicin. More >