When you hear the name of Granada you think of the Alhambra, but there is much more to Granada: the Moorish Albaicín neighbourhood with its two miradors, San Cristóbal and San Nicolas, overlooking the river valley and the Alhambra on the opposite side, and further up the hill, the Sacromonte neighbourhood with its caves, where gypsies dance the Zambra.
The heart of the historic city is dominated by the renaissance cathedral and the royal chapel, which are surrounded by the small streets of the original silk market, now full of shops selling traditional handicraft.
Mijas Ronda Antequera Frigiliana Nerja Marbella El Chorro Tangier
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