Discover the Granada, Costa Tropical

Andalucia is is the most populous community in Spain and has some of it’s largest and most historically important cities including Seville, Granada and Cordoba.

It is famous for it’s cuisine, night-life and culture, from flamenco dancing to some of the most important historical sites in Europe.

It can get very warm in the summer and cool in the winter but generally homes are constructed to cope with this.

The Andalusian coastline in the province of Granada, usually referred to as the Costa Tropical but sometimes the Costa de Granada is more temperate and pleasantly quiet compared to other parts of southern Spain.

Granada is home to, Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama Natural Park, making it a great place to live for those who like the countryside as well as outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and camping.

Granada City is a great day out with the world famous Alhambra Palace as well as numerous gastronomic and shopping opportunities. 

There are several international airports, a good rail network and a motorway which connects all the major municipalities.