Granada

L'Peques Centro Infantil offers high-end childcare. The long opening hours offer flexibility to busy working parents. Owner Lola is wonderful with the children and has brought a simple space to life. What's more, she tries to accommodate parents wherever possible; drop off and pick-up times can occur anywhere between 7.30am...

Nestled in the centre of the Albaicin neighbourhood is this local restaurant. It opens mornings and evenings (longer hours in summer) but whatever the time, the vibe is always very relaxed. The morning menu features coffee and tostadas (toasted bread with various toppings), where the evening one is varied and often departs...

When not performing herself (and if you ever see flyers advertising her shows, they are not to be missed), Carmen de Miguel teaches dance to learners of all ages. With fifteen years of teaching children under her belt, her kids' flamenco classes (for ages 4-14 years) push learners and yet...

Bringing a trendier edge to the Plaza de Toros/ San Lazaro area, El Fermentador specialises in serving craft beers and American-inspired food. Eight rotating beer taps provide an ever-changing variety of beers from German Weiss beer to IPAs, all priced around €2.60. If you sit outside there’s a small adjacent...

Situated on lively Plaza de Gracia, in the city centre’s south-west, is this award-winning marisceria (seafood restaurant). Puesto 43 is run by the third generation of a family of fishmongers who started out as the very first in Granada back in 1913. Though the inside of the restaurant is chic...

Located in the trendy Realejo district, this hip bar gets packed most days and it's with good reason: the food, drinks and atmosphere here are fantastic. An enormous drinks list ranges from various beers and wines to a huge spirits and cocktails list. Tapas often include sliders and pork buns,...