It all started here in 2003, tucked away amongst the cobblestone of Granadas most storied neighborhood. In the heart of the historic Albaicín. quarter, your Oasis , loved by travellers for its location and travellers atmosphere, is waiting to be discovered by you. With our friendly and multi-lingual staff we will welcome you with our world famous hospitality, answer any questions you might have about the city and send you off to your dorm with a smile on your face and a welcome drink ticket in your hand.
Granada is amazing! A city full of vibrant student life and a rich history, Granada is the soul of Southern Spain. With this list of must-see sights, you're sure to see Granada the way it's meant to be seen and experience all the best parts of this Andalucian gem - like tasty free tapas, distinct culture, amazing arcitecture, vibrant flamanco, and bustling night life.
For the most part, eating in Granada is a tapas experience and more formal restaurantsare not frequented so often, but if you're howling for a full meal and want to get off the tapas trail for a while, these places are well worth checking out.
Granada is the capital of Tapas. Why? Granada is one of the only cities left in Spain that still serves tapas for free with each drink purchased, making it a favourite not just for budget travellers with a thirst, but for foodies of all levels of sophistication.
Where to begin? Granada's nightlife has everything to keep the throngs of international students living here distracted from their studies. Pulsating discos, cool lounges, bars dug out of caves, and a vibrant bohemian viewpoint. This is where all that money saved from free tapas inevitably goes to.
Don't just sit there! Flamenco in Granada is regarded as some of the best in all of Spain - so dance, clap, and tap your feet. The city also has a flair for flamenco-jazz fusion, making it a dynamic and progressive scene. Rock, reggae, jazz, hip-hop, and funk round out the experience in this cultural capitol of Andalucía.
Get culture! Granada is rich with history going back centuries, with contributions from several diverse cultures and periods. Learn all you can from the city's many free museums and don't hesitate to shell out the super cheap entry fees to see what else you can discover.
Granada is situated in one of the most beautiful and fertile parts of Andalucía, so get your walking shoes and your camera and hit the trails to really see all the region has to offer. You'll soon understand why the land has been so sought-after to its long list of past settlers.