Immerse your self in Spain
If you like shopping..
The Alcaicería market is the 'Big Bazaar' and the original Moorish side market. Today, La Alcaicería is a tourist market near Plaza de Bib-Rambla square. The ideal place to score your souvenirs.
Shopping for Luxury Items
Purchasing different brands..
Zafalauja pottery,In practically every craft shop in the city you will find plates, bowls and pots decorated with geometric motifs in shades of green and blue. This is Granada's star product and one of the best examples of the Nasrid influence on its craftsmanship. Taracea: This ancient oriental technique consists of decorating furniture, chests and other wooden pieces with small fragments of ivory, mother-of-pearl or silver, giving rise to a mosaic. Fans: As in the rest of Andalusia.
If you like to enjoy lights on the city...
The oldest district, bigger and iconic Granada, It stands high above the rest of the city to deal with the great Alhambra Palace. By day, the narrow alleys teeming with tourists, while at night the area is fairly quiet and offers a good selection of tapas bars very popular among the locals.
Plaza de Toro is another benchmark for nightlife Granada. That, under the stands of the Corrida, There are dozens of pubs and night clubs of all types and offering the most diverse musical genres. These places are frequented by a more mature crowd.
In this square of Granada focus many restaurants with outdoor terrace. One of the areas with more charm of the city and perfect for a romantic dinner in Granada. There are also many Spanish bars and a mix of English and Irish pubs which give the area an international atmosphere.
Lemon Rock, your 5 star Restaurant & Bar in Granada. Lemon Rock, in the centre of Granada, is an original and stately 17th century house restored with a lot of charm and respect and full of joyful life due to the cultural programme that it houses in its different spaces. It´s a restaurant, a tapas bar, drinks and cocktails, a concert hall and fashion events, theatre, painting, exhibitions, a radio station and a terrace and cocktail area. All this in an incomparable setting in Granada.
If you or your child like to lean Flamenco..
One of the world’s leading flamenco clubs, Peña la Platería is also one of the oldest in Spain. The club dates back to 1949, when it was set up in a silversmith workshop. Later in 1970, it moved to its current location in the Moorish Albaicín district of the city, offering fabulous views of Granada’s Alhambra Palace. Over the years, the club has played host to many famous flamenco dancers, singers and musicians, and has also won many prestigious awards for its contribution to Spain’s cultur.
Housed in the former family cave home of one of Granada’s most famous flamenco dancers, Zambra Maria la Canastera has been showcasing flamenco performances for over 50 years.
Located on a hilltop looking over the district of Sacromonte, Venta El Gallo is celebrated for being the birthplace of the local Zambra style of flamenco. Also performed in an old traditional cave home, its white-washed walls and decorative copper pots, give it a very rustic and local feel. Each night, up to ten dancers, singers and musicians take part in the performances. Dinner and drinks are also offered as part of the experience.
The Rocío flamenco cave was one of the first venues of its kind in the district of Sacromonte. Again, performances are in the Zambra Gypsy-wedding style of flamenco. Choose to watch a show here and you’ll be in good company, as members of the Spanish royal family and former U.S. President Bill Clinton have also enjoyed performances at Cueva de la Rocío in past years. One of the highlights is its large outdoor terrace, offering spectacular views of the Alhambra Palace and the Generalife.
Food and drink
Typical dishes with best landscapes
Located on the top floor of the Museo Memoria de Andalucía building, at a height of 55 metres, from where you can see the city, the Vega and the Sierra. Where you can enjoy a cuisine based on the product, with nods to the recipe book of Basque cuisine and modern style. Offering a different space and gastronomy. Inauguration and we continue with the same enthusiasm and passion for what we do, every day.
Ours is a cuisine of feeling. We offer a weekly tasting menu that changes with nature, always with the greatest respect for the product and allowing ourselves to be carried away by our imagination.
Located in the Albaicin neighborhood. The Spanish dishes are delicious, generous and always with a nice twist to the traditional recipe. The terrace offers a beautiful view over the Alhambra.
Inspired by New York lofts, warm and cosy design decoration with market cuisine, quality and service.