Albuñol Holiday Homes - walk the winding city streets one day and the golden beaches the next
The attractive city of Albuñol is located in the southern Spanish province of Granada, in the east of the autonomous community of Andalusia. When you plan your holiday to the city, your first priority should be ensuring you find the right villas in Albuñol to suit you and your travelling party. Once this has been organised, you can start to plan what attractons you are interested in visiting. This city has a rich history influenced by a mix of different cultures, though it is believed to have been found by the Romans. Archeologists have been able to unearth ruins of prehistoric settlements in the area, making this a fascinating destination for lovers of ancient cultures and civilisations. This city is renowned for its wonderful crafts and winemaking traditions. If you are a wine connoisseur, or you wish to be one, you should certainly visit this city to sample its unique and delicious wine selections
Albuñol Holiday Apartments - cuisine, history, culture and landscape at your fingertips
Albuñol is full of fish, vegetables, fresh fruits and other healthy local delicacies. If you have not tasted chorizo sausage or the city’s the garlicky blood pudding, then it is essential you try some whilst in Albuñol! Produced and consumed locally, these two foods are a must-try. Every March, the city residents and thousands of visitors enjoying the Celebration of San Patricio, which is a long celebration involving much dancing and food, and in April, there is the San Marcos celebration, which is held annually to honour cattle and their saints. However, visiting the area is not all about cuisine and culinary treats. After settling into your Albuñol island holiday rentals, it is time to hit the streets. There are many attractions to enjoy in the area, so once you have had a quick nap to sleep off the delicious food, start your touring at the Cave of the Bats.
Albuñol Holiday Rentals - take a city break off the beaten tourist track
To get to the cave, you take the Route of Narrownesses, which is a step footpath frequented by visitors. Apart from this cave, you will also love touring the historical buildings of the city. A good example is the former house of the writer, Pedro Antonio de Alacón, known as the House of Daisies. In fact, the city itself is one huge tourist attraction, as the urban landscape makes you feel as though you are exploring a city that existed long ago, the streets are narrow and winding and the townhouses look like Moorish houses. There is a certain laid-back atmosphere in Albuñol island holiday rentals that has greatly contributed to the relative high quality of life in the city. In fact, this is one of the few cities in Europe that does not have a serious problem of traffic congestion. You can just stroll around in the street and enjoy its attractions. Ensure you take some time to visit the countryside around the city, and feast your eyes and senses on its beautiful vineyards and hills. Hiking around the city is a favourite of tourists and local residents. Do not forget about the coast, which is only about 8km from the city, and boasts a wonderful Mediterranean climate. You can enjoy all these attractions while staying at any of the numerous Albuñol island holiday rentals. For more culture and history, look no further than Piedmont Holiday Rentals, with its UNESCO World Heritage Sites and delicious Italian cuisine.