Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, at the confluence of three rivers, the Beiro, the Darro and the Genil. It sits at an elevation of 738 meters above sea level, yet is only forty minutes from the gentle crystal waters of the Mediterranean coast on the Costa Tropical. Granada has an edge over other Andalucian cities. Many visitors don’t get past the allure of this enchanting city which encompasses the bygone times with the Alhambra at its core, with its woods and magnificent gardens, the Sierra Nevada acts as a magnificent backdrop, and the mystery of the winding streets of the Albayzín, where the Islamic past feels recent with kebab and cake shops and slipper and tea nooks and even a newly-constructed mosque. But what you’ll find if you immerse yourself in this diverse city is Andalucía’s hippest, youthful city, with a free-tapas culture, innovative bars and tiny flamenco caves.

Like many travelling through Granada it will leave a very special imprint on your heart.