Visiting Granada this July? This exhibition inspired by the city is a must-see! If you’re in Granada this July, you can’t miss “Cautivada por Granada” for a free, unique and authentic experience of the city. Granada Insider caught up with the artist – Natasha Phillips – to find out the story behind the exhibition and talk about her life as a British artist living in Granada. Natasha, tell us about the exhibition. The exhibition...
Anew vegetarian and cultural space in the center of Granada. It is a very cozy place mixing ecological, indie and north european influences.
“Use this book as a path for creating your own narrative of the city, as a conduit for having epiphanies in some lost alley or corner that will anchor your recollections and that will help you meet yourself.”
The Finest guitar making in Granada, Spain. A day spent with Daniel Gil de Avalle and the most incredible guitars that he makes.
Find out more about why the Olives of Andalucia are just so special.
Natasha Phillips interviews a fellow creative in Granada about how she ended up founding Filobianco – her very own brand of handmade bags and accessories made in Granada.
The biggest festival and the best party every year in Granada. La Feria de Corpus Christi.
Semana Santa (Holy Week) is the biggest religious event in the city of Granada. In the Spanish culture, religious traditions have deep roots in the society. The 68% of the population belongs to the Catholic Church, making it to be the largest religion in Spain.
Christmas is a deeply religious holiday in Spain. Christmas season officially begins December 8, the feast of the Immaculate Conception.
Image Gallery of El Nino de Las Pinturas – Granada Street Art