Guadix

Guadix

Being one of the most popular towns in Granada province due to its fascinating history and cultural gems, it is no surprise that Guadix has a large selection of hotels and accommodation options. The hotels in Guadix are traditional and stylish, with everything from luxury accommodation to traditional Spanish guesthouses.

Many of the inhabitants of Guadix live underground, in cave houses. In the winter they are covered with snow and keep their warmth, providing delightful places to stay, often with their own fireplaces inside. In the summer, they keep cool and can provide great relief from the sun. Some even have private swimming pools.

Cascamorras festival in Guadix and Baza has been declared Fiesta de Interés Turístico Internacional (Festival of International Tourism interest) due to its intriguing history. Although the festival is relatively little-known outside Granada province, by latest estimates up to 20,000 people take part, running through the streets and covering each other in black olive oil in Baza and coloured paste in Guadix.

The cathedral town of Gaudix is well off the beaten path, in the eastern confines of the Province of Granada, a large, bustling country town with a personality all of its own. Its history dates back to Phoenician and Roman times, and it played a major role in the Reconquest. The most interesting feature of the Guadix area is that many of the inhabitants of this large town live underground, in the southern part of the town.

This hotel is set just outside central Guadix and offers free wired internet and private parking at a good price. There is easy access to the A-92 Motorway to Granada.

The Hotel Mulhacen is in Andalusia, between Granada and Almería. Federico García Airport is just 60 kilometres away. The Sierra Nevada is a short drive away.