A cave house complex on a traditional old farm in the heart of Granada with the chance to do cooking, language, yoga or flamenco courses. For up to 6.
Andalucia, the South of Spain, is one of the most magical touristic destinations offering a mixture of cultures, diversity of landscapes, arts, culture, traditions, gastronomy...a unique experience that inspires anyone who visits it.
Inside Andalucía, surrounded by the high peaks of Sierra Nevada and lunar-like landscapes, lies the Shire of Guadix, part of the last Muslim stronghold in Granada.
You are invited to discover this legend and unknown area where you can find the legacy of the Al-Andalus culture, a wild and lush nature with a shocking contrast of landscapes and an ancient and cave houses.
Cuevas La Granja has 18 holiday cave houses sleeping 2, 4 or 6 people, located in Benalúa, in the heart of the province of Granada. These restored caves, on the site of a former farmhouse dating from the late nineteenth century, each preserve the original charm of this old building, without loosing the traditional flavour of its origins, whilst being equipped with all facilities and services you need for a enjoyable holiday.
Adventure weekends can be arrange, or cooking and wine, spanish language, yoga and flamenco courses as well. There is also a cave specially equipped with toys for young children.
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