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Alhambra

The world’s most spectacular Arab citadel is also Spain’s most visited monument. Located at the top of Sabika Hill, you are just a 15-minute walk away from Hotel Navas. Don’t miss out on our offer of a 2-night stay with tickets for the Alhambra + breakfast + late check-out from 54€/night.

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Sierra Nevada ski resort

Sierra Nevada National Park, as well as being home to the tallest mountain in the Iberian Peninsula, Mulhacén, is one of the most popular destinations among winter sports lovers. Skiing down the slopes at Sierra Nevada while enjoying the stunning surrounding views is an experience which is just a 30-minute drive away from the hotel.

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Tapas

Tapas are practically another of the city’s monuments and Hotel Navas is located in the heart of one of the main gastronomic routes in the city: the tapas route which starts in the old Convent of Las Carmelitas (currently the City Hall) and ends in Calle Navas, which leads to the city’s old town.

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Albayzín

Albayzín is one of Granada’s most beautiful neighbourhoods. Declared a World Heritage Site, it’s worth visiting its narrow streets, feeling its charm, eating and drinking in its tapas bars and admiring the spectacular views from the San Nicolás viewpoint. Albayzín is located just over 1 mile away from the hotel.

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Granada Cathedral

Built by order of Queen Isabella I of Castile on top of the old mosque, this masterpiece from the Renaissance, at first conceived as a Gothic temple, has received praise by many writers and historians and constitutes a key piece of Spanish architecture. It is just a 5-minute walk from Hotel Navas.

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La Alcaicería

La Alcaicería is the name by which the silk markets were known in the cities of Al-Andalus. This old Arab souk, together with Seville’s, was one of the most important in Spain. Destroyed in a fire in the Nineteenth century, today it’s a popular shopping area where you can buy souvenirs and traditional local crafts, such as the popular Fajalauza lustreware or intarsia (wood inlay). It is located just 300 yds. from the hotel.

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