This exotic street in Granada is host to Middle Eastern style shops and teahouses, where you can find hookahs, pottery, or have a cup of Moroccan mint tea. There are also colorful rugs, lamps, and other trinkets that may prove tempting to take home. The teahouses are popular with students, and provide a great opportunity to step outside of the typical Spanish—and into a more Andalusian—experience during your stay. This is a very culturally rich part of Granada, and if you're looking to make a foray into the Moorish culture that Granada is known for, stopping by is a must.
Founded in 1905, O Caña has been serving authentic and traditional Andalusian fare from its antique ... Read more