If you wander up through Albaicin towards the crest of the hill or follow the winding Camino de Sacromonte up from Plaza Nueva, you'll end up in one of Granada's most unique districts. Home to a large number of Roma gypsies and hippies, this beautiful and rugged area is filled with flamenco bars, restaurants, and squat communes, often located in caves dug out of the hillside. If you go up from Albaicin towards the San Miguel church on the very top of the hill, you'll be rewarded with one of the best views of the city. This is the best place in Granada to take in the sunset; be sure and bring a bottle of wine or some of Granada's signature "green beer".
This enchanting shop-lined street absolutely bursts with old-world charm. From the sook-style... Read more