Granada area Campsites
Information for where the campsites are located in the Granada area of Spain.
The cultural city of Granada is situated in the eastern region of Andalucia, in the province of the same name
The city is characterised by it scenic diversity, architectural beauty and a rich and distinguished history that exudes from the city. If you are staying in or visiting the Granada be prepared to fall in love with the city. No one leaves unaffected by the magnificence of the Alhambra Palace, the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, or bohemian atmosphere.
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Granada camping sites
Otura (13.0 km from Granada)
Just a 10-minute drive from Granada, Camping & Bungalows Suspiro del Moro offers a seasonal outdoor pool and wooden bungalows with private bathrooms and well-equipped kitchenettes. More
Güéjar-Sierra (13.2 km from Granada)
Las Lomas Camping is located about 2 km from the village of Güejar-Sierra, in Andalusia. It offers practical, detached bungalows, attractive grounds and a swimming pool. MoreGranada camping sites
Campsite near Granada for The Alhambra and Skiing. Camping Las Lomas in Güejar Sierra is about 20 minutes from Granada city.
The Granada region offers Spain’s richest variety of climate and landscape, from the alpine vegetation of the Sierra Nevada to the tropical coast of Motril, where winter temperatures average 15 C while some villages in the Sierra experience minus 10 C.
Perhaps no other region on the peninsula has such contrasting and manifold variety, unfolding at the foot of snow-topped mountains with the best skiing slopes and rich fertile plains, such as those mentioned for Granada and Motril, and those of Loja, Guadix and Baza.
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Cadogan Guide Granada, Seville and Cordoba (Cadogan Guide Granada, Seville, Cordoba)
Cadogan’s expert authors explore Granada, Seville and Cordoba, the three great cities of al-Andalus. Discover the unique monuments, vibrant culture and secret gardens of delight bequeathed by the brilliant golden age of an extraordinary civilization.
Gaze in wonder at Granada’s Alhambra and the Mezquita in C rdoba; explore the whitewashed warrens and hidden patios at the heart of each city; and escape to wild sierras or Mediterranean beaches.
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