At Carmen Mirador de Aixa you'll find beautiful views of the Nasrid Palaces to go along with the equally amazing Mediterranean cuisine. Located in the historic district, this restaurant has an intimate indoor dining area, and boasts a candlelit terrace for spring and summer months. This private house—which was once called the Castle of Granada—feels like an escape from the city. That's partly because of the whole "castle" thing, and partly because it's also surrounded by gardens. Some of the featured menu items include duck breast served with a mint sauce, beef fillet with a sweet sherry sauce, and duck paté with quince jelly. Needless to say, a dining experience this posh is a pretty popular way to spend an evening, so you'll definitely want to reserve a spot.
During a visit to the Sacromonte Abbey museum, you'll learn about Saint Caecilius, a Christian... Read more