2 beds, lovely views, Granada & ski resort!
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|Theme||Adventure, Wilderness, Ski, Mountain, Rural, Village|
Description from the manager
Apartamento Lisi is located in the pretty, traditional mountain village of Guejar Sierra; 20 minutes from historic Granada, 35 minutes from the Sierra Nevada ski resort and only 45 minutes from year round sun on the Costa Tropical coast. The apartment is located in a quiet side street, yet only 2 minutes walk from all local amenities.There are Lovely views from both the main bedroom and the living room, with lots of natural light. This apartment is suitable for couples or small families. Parking is on the street but can be easily found close-by.Guejar Sierra offers many intermediate and challenging walks. The spectacular local scenery is also...Read more
2 beds, lovely views, Granada & ski resort!
Guejar Sierra, Andalusia, Spain
Additional Location Information
Apartamento Lisi is situated in the pretty town of Guejar Sierra in the heart of the Sierra Nevada National Park and within a stones throw of a variety of interesting local bars and restaurants (many of which open up pools for customers in the summer), these apartments are perfectly situated. Historic Granada with the famous Alhambra Palace is only 20 minutes away, and in winter the Sierra Nevada ski resort at Pradollano is also now reachable within 30 minutes with the completion of the new direct link road. Stunning walks & countryside activities (fishing, birdwatching, climbing, canoeing, canyoning, cross country skiing paragliding etc) all begin literally on the doorstep. The fascinating troglodyte region around Guadix is close at hand and the beaches of the Costa Tropical can be reached within 45 minutes.
The Sierra Nevada national park is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and the town of Guejar itself is typically Spanish and very pretty with its cobbled streets and neat white houses with flower draped balconies. It clings to the mountainside overlooking the mighty peaks of Europes most southerly ski resort. Guejar has long been popular, both as a summer and winter destination, among Spanish visitors - it offers the opportunity to combine both the varied skiing of the Sierra Nevada (with views of Africa from the upper slopes) and the experience of staying in a traditional Spanish village.
For other visitors Guejar also provides an excellent base to explore the beautiful historic city of Granada - home to the astounding Alhambra Palace. The legacy of the Moorish kings of Granada is everywhere - in the courtyards, fountains, gardens and buildings. Beyond Granada - the fascinating troglodyte region around Guadix and the beaches of the Costa Tropical can both be reached from here within 45 minutes, & the Alpujarras (the highest Villages in Spain - made famous by Chris Stewarts book - "Driving Over Lemons") are also within easy reach.
There is plenty to do in this area - Guejar Sierra has a number of local shops, a pharmacy, a bank, and various excellent restaurants to choose from - many with lovely terraces from which to enjoy the views while dining, and many with pools for the use of summer visitors. The local campsite also has an excellent restaurant with views, a pool, a play area, archery and other activities for children. The old funicular station at Maitena has been converted into a restaurant with dining and swimming on the banks of the River Genil in summer. There is canoe hire on the shores of the Canales Reservoir and horse-riding in the hills. The eccentric little bodega in the heart of the town is a great find and the welcoming moustachioed owner is a famous local character. There is also a water park near Granada and another at Almunecar. This is a great area for walking, mountain-biking, climbing and adventure sports as well as for family holidays and the cultural attractions of Granada. With the coast also within easy reach, there is something for everyone.
The people in Guejar are friendly and welcoming and, in typical Andalucian manner, the calendar is studded with local fiestas which keep alive traditions such as the Romeria in August, when the Gitanos, in their tight black suits, gallop their fine horses through the streets, each with a pretty girl on his pommel.
Although so close to Granada, Guejar Sierra is still very much a well-kept Spanish secret - barely discovered yet by tourists from other countries.
We can also help you to arrange Spanish lessons, tapas tours of Granada, tours of the Albaicin, wine and food tasting of local specialities, walking trips, cycle tours, rock climbing, paragliding or courses in painting, cookery, flamenco. Chef services or one-off meals for special occasions can also be arranged
Location Type Mountain, Rural, Village
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$0||$642||$0||7 nights|
|Dec. 21 2012 - Jan. 2 2013
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