If you like sports activities such as mountain biking, skiing or watercraft.
You can choose the diffrent golf places
Water skiing: Skiing in the water environment. (Granada Tropical Coast)
Alpine skiing: It includes the traditional (ski rackets), telemark, snowboard or snow surf, mountain, cross-country and touring.(Sierra Nevada)
Mountain bike: Specialty of progression cycling in natural areas, using the techniques and machinery characteristic of mountain biking. (Sierra Nevada)
Visit the Monument
Different places take you to different memories.
The Alhambra located in Granada, is a Moorish fortress and palace built on the hill of Granada and one of the most famous attractions in the whole of Spain. Alhambra means the 'red palace' and was founded by the Nasrid Sultans. You can easily spend an entire day exploring, because the Alhambra also includes the summer palace Generalife with its gorgeous gardens, the palace of Charles V and the Alcazar stronghold. This UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Catedral de Granada is the 16th century cathedral in the city centre, dedicated to the Virgin of the Incarnation. The cathedral is a mix of Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque styles. Next to the cathedral of Granada is the 'Capilla Real', the burial chapel for kings.
In the Royal burial chapel ('Capilla Real') from 1517, situated next to the cathedral, one can find the Gothic style mausoleum of several catholic royal couples, including Isabella and Ferdinand who reconquered the city from the Moors.
Its construction started in the 16th century and lasted 3 centuries. It was home to the monks of the Carthusian Order, one of the oldest and strictest Christian order. They lived a recluse life: prayers, vow of silence and fast. With its mix of baroque and renaissance style, it’s considered one of the most beautiful monastery of Andalucia and Spain. The church interior is richly decorated, it’s very impressive!