Venta El Gallo is located in the Sacromonte quarter of Granada, overlooking the Alhambra and Albaicin neighborhood. This quarter of the city is famous for its cave houses as well as widely known in the flamenco world as the birthplace of Zambra style flamenco. Zambra style flamenco is a typical form of flamenco often performed in gypsy weddings and is now a popular style for shows in the caves of Sacromonte. This Zambra style of flamenco is the highlight of the performances in Venta El Gallo.
Built on top of Granada’s mosque at the start of the 16th century this magnificent building is Spain’s second-largest cathedral.
Next to the cathedral is the resting place of two of Spain’s most important rulers. The Catholic Monarchs, Islabella I and Ferdinand II are interred here, and had completed the Christian re-conquest of Spain from the Moors at the end of the 1400s.
As you stroll past these dwellings you’ll notice how no two cave houses are the same, as their dimensions are determined entirely by the difficult terrain. Naturally, if you want to see a true flamenco performance, these caves are the real deal.
Aquaola is a water park just outside Granada and is open from 19th June until 1st September, easily accessible by car. It has 10 attractions including the Pirate Galleon, the Tornado Slide, the Black Pipe and the Cyclone.
The Science Park is a 70,000 square metre interactive museum which invites participation in order to understand environmental phenomena such as inertia, gravity and Archimedes' principle. It has become a true international reference.
A unique beer lovers spa experience
Discover Beer Spa, pioneer Spa center in Granada dedicated exclusively to beer. This ancestral drink has medicinal and therapeutic properties that make it the ideal ingredient for any spa treatment. Dive into a keg of beer or get a nice massage done with this frothy liquid.
Discover the Hammam Experience at these Andalusian Arab Baths in Granada, where you will be able to enjoy the Water Journey, massages, rituals, and experiences that will let your emotions flow.
Granada is in the south of Spain and is capital of the province known by the same name, with a population of 265,000 inhabitants and is located at the foot of Sierra Nevada.
The Alhambra was the royal palace of the Moorish kings. It was built between the XIII and the XIV centuries and was the crown jewel of the Emirate of Granada, whose territories stretched from part of Córdoba, Sevilla, Jaén, Murcia and Cádiz, to the whole of Almería, Málaga and Granada.