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  3. 3. GRANADA<br />
  4. 4. Introduction to Granada <br />Granada is music and poetry, sheer monumental art, ancient culture. Province is reaching the sky from the craggy peaks of Sierra Nevada cities of impressive architecture that is becalmed in the Altiplano; white villages scattered valleys and hillsides that die on the cliffs and beaches of the Costa Tropical. The province of Granada, privileged tourist destination, travelers can enjoy skiing in Sierra Nevada, venture into the remote Alpujarra villages, explore the last frontier of Al-Andalus in the west or stay in caves Granadino that recall troglodyte life. <br />
  5. 5. Sun and beach tourism<br />Dozens of beaches and small coves with crystalline waters. 320 days of sunshine a year. And an average annual temperature of 20 degrees. <br />Nineteen municipalities make up the 'Tropic of Europe‘.For example Almuñecar,Motril and Salobreña.<br />Along the beaches of these cities, there are countless small and quiet coves located in Albuñol, Castell de Ferro-Gualchos and La Mamola-Polopos. Nearby are the municipalities of Albondón, Itrabo, Jete, Lentejí, Los Guájares, Lújar, Molvízar, Murtas, Otívar, Rubite, Sorvilán, Turon and Velez de Benaudalla, surrounded by lush nature.<br />
  6. 6. Cultural Tourism <br />Millennial heritage :Granada, land of ancient history, has a rich artistic and cultural heritage bequeathed by Muslims and Christians. <br />The variety of artistic styles, the quality of musical and theatrical activities, as well as the rich traditions that keep their people, make culture one of the hallmarks of the province and its biggest tourist attraction.<br />
  7. 7. Two types of tourism: Monumental and Museum tourism.<br />Monumental tourism:Few cities in the world with such a long history, as well as plural and reflected in its streets and monuments. Capital of the last Muslim kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula, a city chosen by the Catholic Monarchs for the rest of his remains and temporary residence of the Emperor Carlos V, Granada has enriched its cultural heritage throughout the centuries, making it one of the most attractive and beautiful in Spain. <br />Examples of monuments: La Alhambra and Generalife´s gardens,The Albaicin,The Cathedral,Royal Chapel, Sacromonte Abbey , Basilica of Nuestra Señora de las Angustias , Royal Hospital , Palacio de los Córdova and others.<br />
  8. 8. Museum tourism:The proposed museum of Granada is of high quality. A wide variety of museum displays collections of great artistic interest, ethnological and cultural. Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, that of the Catholic Monarchs, the Museum of Fine Arts,the Science Park,the Centro José Guerrero and the Casa-Museo de Federico García Lorca is a small sample of the cultural strength it offers.<br />
  9. 9. Congress tourism <br />The congress and business incentives are one of the emerging tourist segments in Granada. <br />Since the construction of the Exhibition and Congress, the communication infrastructure and hotel services have increased the quantity and quality needed to meet the high demand for tourism, which brings great economic benefits to the province. <br />Grenada, a member of the European Federation of Conference Towns has made in recent years a notable effort to expand the range of facilities for this segment. <br />
  10. 10. Urban Tourism <br />Shopping in Granada :Grenada meets along its historic streets and villages, a variety of shops. <br />Shopping areas:The center of Granada , The Alcaicería ,Malls.<br />
  11. 11. Tapas in Granada :The visit to Grenada will never be complete if there is no practice in bars and taverns the "tapas" Granada ", in which varied and succulent tapas are given away with eating, usually a glass of beer or a glass of wine. In this particular sample of culinary culture is usually the landlord himself who chooses the top, and the customer accepts the election with great respect. And is that tapas with friends is one of the most ingrained habits in Granada.<br />
  12. 12. Enjoy Flamenco:Granada is one of the main figures of flamenco in Spain and the Sacromonte one of their cribs. <br />Young Night :The 65,000 students at the University of Granada in addition to turning the city into a reference university has made the city a hotbed brimming with life and activity, with a cosmopolitan atmosphere. An environment that is moved to its hectic nightlife and entertainment.<br />
  13. 13. Itinerant tourism<br />Journey of the tourist characterized by sequential visit number of places for a short stay in each.<br />Granada is a important destination of itinerant tourism. 44% tourist visit other places begore arriving in the city. Visitors who spend one to three ninghts are 35% versus 19.2% who do not stay to sleep.<br />
  14. 14. Rural tourism<br />With this you can give a definition of rural tourism: alternative tourism that brings the traveler to villages, mainly in the interior, giving you the opportunity to experience life in the countryside or in a small village, and also allows practice certain sports activities and contact with nature. The accommodation is in houses specially equipped to accommodate visitors<br />Examples:Lanjarón,Orgiva distinguished by its Moorish style and the Balcón de la Alpujarra, formed by the whitewashed villages of Cañar, Soportújar and Carataunas, and the Barranco de Poqueira, home to the towns of Pampaneira, Bubiónand Capileira, are a must-see in this region.<br />
  15. 15. Ecotourism<br />Ecotourism (also known as ecological tourism) is responsible travel to fragile, pristine, and usually protected areas that strives to be low impact and (often) small scale. It helps educate the traveler; provides funds for conservation; directly benefits the economic development and political empowerment of local communities; and fosters respect for different cultures and for human rights.<br />Eco tourism is very important so that future generations can experience the wonderful environment we have today.<br />Examples of ecotourism: Peña del Perro, wild rocky crags,The Panoramic Views of Sierra Nevada at a Fast Gallop,Lapp Dreams on the Summit of Sierra Nevada,The virgin oasis of the Sierra Nevada,The ‘skyline’ of the Sierra Nevada, ect…<br />
  16. 16. Adventure tourism<br />Adventure tourism is a type of tourism involving exploration or travel to remote areas, where travelers can expect the unexpected.<br />Adventure tourism is rapidly gaining popularity as tourists seek unusual holidays, different from the typical beach vacation.<br />This type of tourism is also directly related to the sport of adventure or risk, where people aim to spend moments of adrenaline to cost a percentage of risk. <br />
  17. 17. Sports and nature tourism<br />The location of Granada, coupled with the mild climate it enjoys, it facilitates the practice of many sports in track and in touch with nature. Without leaving the city, the Municipal Sports Palace offers the visitor facilities for basketball, handball, table tennis, volleyball, indoor football, martial arts ...<br />This interest in sports activities Granada complete with a Grand Prix Fund, which is celebrated in various parts of the province.<br />
  18. 18. Snow tourism<br />The ski resort of Sierra Nevada is located in the Natural Park of Sierra Nevada in the Penibético system in the municipality of Monachil (province of Granada, Spain). It was known during his early years as a Ski Resort Solynieve longer in use. <br />Sierra Nevada is the southernmost ski resort in Europe and the highest point in Spain. Due to these characteristics is usually ideal for skiing due to good weather. <br />This ski resort offers good facilities to practice this sport, but also offers other possibilities, such as walks in Nordic dog sled or snow park. <br />
  19. 19. Health tourism<br />At the end of last century and now we have noticed a growth in what particular health tourism is concerned, and it is not only destined for the elderly, now and because of the stress with which we live, look for ways of escape and a thousand ways different order to isolate and relax from the hectic life in which we wrap through work, social pressures, etc. <br />Granada city of Spain to offer and has something for everyone, has a health industry that the forefront, and that has been achieved thanks to their ethnic heritages and water as such. The water to start has always been symbolic representative since antiquity as the fountain of youth for its purifying and regenerating power associated with the divine elements, sacred and religious. <br />
  20. 20. Young Tourism<br />Granada has a large university community and students which provides the city with abundant leisure proposals for young audiences. <br />The programming of cinemas, theaters, concert halls and exhibition rooms complete with numerous festivals that have chosen the Grenadian capital as the venue. <br />