MumAbroad Granada Province

 

The city of Granada lies around one hour inland from the Costa de Almería and is located at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The population of the city of Granada is estimated at 236,982 and of these a growing number of expats are adding to the census. Granada sits at the heart of Andalucía and is one of Spain’s most important destinations. Crowned by the World Heritage site that is the stunning Alhambra Palace, and just one hour away from beautiful beaches and skiing of the Sierra Nevada, Granada is becoming increasingly popular among the international community. The city itself is peppered with wonderful internal courtyards and unique mixture of Romanesque and Arab architecture. The locals enjoy a good standard of living thanks to the exquisite and healthy local cuisine, marvellous, sunny climate and the plethora of cultural and leisure options on offer here.

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