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Sierra de Baza Natural Park

In the northeast of Granada province adjacent to neighbouring Almeria is the sparsely populated 53,649ha Sierra de Baza Natural Park, part of the Cordillera Penibética. Its steep slopes are mainly pine-clad, up to the more barren, rocky ground over 2,000m. Its central part is made up of remote, jagged limestone peaks, which can be snow covered for some of the winter and are inhabited by majestic birds of prey.

Baza Cathedral

The Colegiata de Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Encarnación is the Catedral de Baza. Constructed on the site of a Muslim mosque, was initially used by the church in its constructed mosque form.

Municipal Museum of Baza

Founded by Baza Town Hall in 1988 and open to the public as it is today since 1998, has some incredible exhibits of archaeological interest. It is part of the Andalusian Museum Network and comes under wing of the Andalusian Region Government. There are four sections in the museum dedicated to permanent exhibits, covering; Iberia, Medieval, Roman and Prehistoric eras.

Cuevas del Cipres

Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden, and barbecue facilities, Cuevas del Cipres offers accommodation in Baza with free WiFi and garden views. Boasting free private parking, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, cycling and table tennis.

Hostal Sierra De Baza

Hostal Sierra De Baza has a bar, a garden and a sun terrace with swimming pool and continental breakfast in Baza. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Some rooms at the property have a balcony with pool view.

Al Jatib

Located in the hills just outside Baza in Granada province, Al Jatib has an outdoor pool and hammam with massages and treatments. It is a complex of traditional Andalusian caves.

The caves have a private patio, equipped kitchen, a bathroom and a fireplace.