Granada, Province of Granada, Spain

Granada, Province of Granada, Spain

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 968 vacation rentals near Granada. From 613 apartments to 119 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Granada for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Medieval wonders are alive and well on the Iberian Peninsula

Tucked away in southern Spain's historic Andalusia region, Granada offers an abundance of old-world charm. Home to stunning displays of medieval and Moorish-inspired architecture, this historic town features quiet, cobblestone alleyways where cozy cafes serve up wines and tasty tapas. Granada is also just minutes from the rugged and snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountain range. Use your Granada vacation rental as a jumping off point for embarking on a host of outdoor adventures, no matter the time of year.

From nightclubs to national parks, the action never stops

Let the good times roll in Albaicin, Granada's bustling neighborhood, where narrow and winding medieval streets feature bars buzzing with live music and nightclubs filled with flamenco dancers. If your idea of a good time involves hitting the slopes, Granada is just 25 minutes from Sierra Nevada National Park, where you can ski and snowboard to your heart's content. When the weather warms up, the park is filled with ambitious mountain bikers and hikers. Looking to slow things down? The Mediterranean coast is just 1 hour away by car, where you can spend the day sunbathing on sandy beaches.

Looking for Moor adventures? A medieval fort fits the bill!

No trip to Granada is complete without a visit to the Alhambra, a sprawling 13th-century Moorish citadel perched high above the city. The complex is home to everything from royal palaces and courtyards, to gardens dotted with reflecting pools, fountains, and orchards. You can continue exploring the past with a tour of El Banuelo, the city's 11th-century Arab baths, or by soaking up the breathtaking beauty of the 16th-century Granada Cathedral and the adjacent Royal Chapel of Granada. The future is on display at Granada Science Park, featuring an interactive science museum and a planetarium.

Break out the sunhats: scorching summers in southern Spain

Summertime in the city is hot, dry, and with daily temperatures frequently climbing to 100 degrees. Winter offers mild daytime highs around 55, while evening temperatures dip close to freezing. The rain in Spain may fall mainly on the plain, but in this region, you see very little wet stuff. October through January is the dampest period but even then, monthly totals measure less than 2 inches. If you book a Granada vacation rental in the spring or autumn, expect the unexpected; daytime highs typically measure in the 60s and 70s, but extreme temperatures in either direction can occur.

Soak up the scenery and fresh mountain air

Explore a menagerie of landscapes right outside your Granada vacation rental. Set more than 2,400 feet above sea level, the city is located at the foot of the white-capped Sierra Nevada mountains. Outdoor thrill seekers can't resist the urge to hike across lush river valley floors or up into dense pine forests. For the ultimate view, climb 11,410 feet to the highest peak of Mulhacen and enjoy sweeping panoramas of North Africa in the distance. If you're lucky you'll catch of glimpse of the mountain's abundant wildlife, from rare flowers, birds, and lizards, to the more elusive mountain goats.