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Holiday Rentals Granada Area Andalucia
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Self-catering holiday rentals in Granada for your home stay
A self-catering rental in Granada, Andalucia will base you in one of Spain's most beautiful cities, in one of its very finest tourist regions. Granada itself is a wonderfully preserved Moorish city, having served as the capital of Muslim Spain. Wander round the gorgeous Alhambra Palace with its elegant gardens and intricate decoration, before heading into town to see the ancient courtyards of the Moorish city. Other great cities are a short drive away from your self-catering property. With Moorish wonders of its own, the city of Cordoba is nearby. Take a tour around the Mezquita there with its forest of columns and arches. Or head to Malaga, and see stunning views from the Alcazar fortress, before catching a La Liga game. But away from the cities, a self-catering holiday in Granada gives you plenty to do. Go walking in the jaw-dropping Alpujarras Mountains, or take a course in sea kayaking. The coast offers plenty of water sports, from water-surfing to snorkelling, while the many resorts cater for football teams, tennis and golf enthusiasts alike. For culture lovers, a self-catering rental in Granada offers easy access to the world-famous Dance and Music Festival, held in the city during June and July, while the Malaga Festival builds up during February and March, bursting into life at Easter. From history to sports and eating to culture, there is plenty to see and do with a self-catering holiday in Granada.
Holiday Letting in Granada for your short break
Many people choose to see Granada from the comfort of a holiday villa, and it's easy to see why. Self-catering villas offer plenty of space for books and golf clubs, while often coming with beautiful garden terraces, pools and game rooms. The Villa Syrena in Granada is a great example, offering everything you need for a luxury break within a short distance of the golf course. So if you are travelling as a family or small group, a villa is a superb option. For others, a self-catering apartment in Granada might be a suitable alternative. With slightly lower prices, apartments can be more convenient for urban attractions and come with everything you need to have a great time. Why not rent an attractive studio flat in the town centre and wake up to views of the Alhambra, before eating a delicious breakfast in the town centre? Then there are larger properties for bigger groups. A wedding party or New Year's getaway would be delightful at the 8 bedroom farmhouse Cortijo Wenceslao near Granada. Being a converted farmhouse, it is roomy and offers a slice of traditional Spanish life. You can chill out next to a luxury pool and have a mouth-watering barbeque after a hard day's sight-seeing. Self-catering holidays in Granada offer a truly individual experience. Instead of the standard hotel room and having to deal with hotel staff or other guests, you and your party can relax in total privacy and set your own schedule.
Best time to enjoy Granada
Being in Andalucia, Granada receives a lot of sun and becomes crowded during the summer. If you are thinking about spending time on the sun lounger or at the beach (which is not far away), then summer is the time to go. But book ahead, as with such a large number of holidaymakers, Granada properties tend to go quickly. But Granada is a magical destination out of season. Travelling in spring time means that you can enjoy very mild temperatures and the spectacle of Easter celebrations in towns and villages across the province. Make a self-catering rental the base for a relaxed exploration of the area without the stress of heavy tourist traffic. Restaurants will be open, and outdoor activities will be at their best. The valleys will be lush and green; making hiking a real pleasure. Even winter can be a fine time to visit Granada. The historical monuments are a fascinating attraction at any time of year, and Spain puts on a Christmas show like any European country. The town puts on a sumptuous Christmas Market in the Bib-rambla with enticing pastries and present ideas, so join them for an out of season treat.