Albolote

Albolote

Albolote is a village of Nasrid origin (the Muslim dynasty that occupied Granada the 13th to 15th centuries, and built the Alhambra), but remains of Palaeolithic and Roman settlements have also been found here. Its rich landscape is dominated by the Sierra Elvira Mountains, offering yet more interesting routes to take when exploring this village.

This charming, restored Andalusian manor house is set in olive groves, 20 km from Granada. It has a restaurant, seasonal outdoor pool and a large family-owned chapel, built in 1878. Surrounded by fields of wheat and sunflowers, Hotel Cortijo del Marqués has easy access to the A44 Motorway and offers free parking. The Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is 60 km away. All rooms at the Marqués are rustic in décor, with wooden or tiled floors and wooden beams. Each room has central heating, a fan and a seating area.

Hotel La Curva is located in Albolote city centre, 5 minutes' drive from Granada. It offers free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms with TV.

All rooms at the La Curva Hotel feature parquet floors and heating. There is also a work desk and a telephone in each room, as well as a 30" TV and a full bathroom.