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Sierra Nevada - Granada

Sierra Nevada - Granada

Quéntar is a village in Granada province located in the Sierra de Huétor alongside the Aguas Blancas river.

Pinos Genil is a village in Granada province is divided in two by the river Genil, and is a popular destination for rural tourism enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Ogíjares is a village in Granada province located close to the Barranco de la Ricla. There are various interesting monuments to see, including archaeological remains, two convents and two churches.

Monachil is a village in Granada province within the Sierra Nevada National Park and location of the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort, the southernmost ski resort in Europe. It is also popular with nature lovers as well as skiers and snowboarders.

La Zubia is a village in Granada province within the Sierra Nevada National Park, and known for its impressive natural setting as well as its historical and artistic heritage. Being part of the National Park of Sierra Nevada, the area is very popular amongst nature lovers for its incredible views. The old part of the town is dotted with fabulous historical buildings which have become a tourist attraction in their own right.

Huétor Vega is a village in Granada province found between the valley of the river Monachil and Granada.

Güéjar Sierra is a village in Granada province located in the Sierra Nevada National Park. The many popular walking or hiking routes across the mountains start from here. People often choose to spend their holidays in Güéjar Sierra because and the outdoors sports that are available in the vicinity.

Dílar is a village in Granada province found at almost 900m altitude in the Sierra Nevada national park.

Cenes de la Vega is a village in Granada province located very close to the city of Granada, and is an ideal destination for rural tourism thanks to its beautiful landscapes.

Cájar is a village in Granada province located close to both the Sierra Nevada and Granada city.

This lovely village is just 15 kilometres from Granada city, located in the valley between the Sierra Nevada and Sierra de Huétor mountain ranges. If you’re looking for a charming village that has not yet succumbed to modern architectural designs, then this is just the place for you. Wander the streets to enjoy the pretty, traditional Andalusian buildings, visit the well maintained 17th century church.

There is one area of free camping (zona de acampada organizada) in the park's eastern flank, which is Monterrey, north of Láujar de Andarax. Take everything you need. There are many organized campsites in the park and on its fringes, mainly on its southern edge in the Sierra's foothills, the Alpujarras.