This lovely two stoery, two bedroom exterior apartment is located in the historic Albaicin district of Granada. The apartment is within walking distance of the city center and the neighbourhood is famous for its medieval streets and is even a World Heritage site. The apartment is located on Calle Molino de la Corteza, a quiet street ideal for anyone who likes to live close to the city center while also having a peaceful and quiet home to rest in. The two exterior bedrooms both have courtyard views and receive lots of natural light. With two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 60 square metres it would be hard to find a better place in which to stay during your time in Ganada.
This apartment is located on the 1st floor of the building which isn't equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and electric water heating. You can dry your clothes on an individual rack inside the floor.WiFi isn't installed in the property.
The apartment is located within very short walking distance from the C1 (Albaicin to Centro), C2 (Sacromonte to Centro) and LAC (high capacity) bus lines, all of which are accessible from Calle Gran Via de Colon, a main road a few minutes walk from the apartment. Of these bus lines, the C1 and C2 both stop at the famous Alhambra, a must see tourist attraction in Granada.
The English speaking speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are allowed. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
The Albaicín, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, still retains the winding streets of its Arabic past. One of the primary nuclei of the Muslim occupation of the city, the neighborhood faces the Alhambra and many tourists will take pictures from the viewpoint at the Iglesia de San Nicolás. Within the Albaicín you’ll find Calle Elvira, with the city’s primary concentration of tapas bars and Plaza Nueva, another key social point in the city day and night. You’ll find the old city wall from the 11th century that surrounds the Albaicín and Sacromonte, the Iglesia de San Salvador was built on top of ruins of a mosque and you’ll also find the old Arabic baths. This neighborhood is great for living among the remains of the city’s past as part of Al-Andalus. In addition, you’ll find the Sacromonte, the best place to catch a flamenco show. A place of note is Las Cuevas de la Rocío, which has played host to a number of international celebrities. You’ll find their pictures adorning the caves’ walls, including Antonio Banderas, Michele Obama, and the late Duquesa de Alba.