Granada Hot Tubs, Swim Spas, Saunas, Swimming Pool and Covers
Hot Tubs and Portable Spas
Since 2007, Caldera Spas® brand hot tubs has been TradeCertified™. That means all of our hot tubs exceed high standards for quality, and customer experience. Our commitment to service pays off in the best way possible—with unmatched customer satisfaction and industry recognition.
Fantasy Spas® Official Distributors in Spain
Warm water and massage working together create an environment for fast relief, and unmatched comfort. Hydrotherapy is the key to healthy rejuvenation. Our mission is clear: to give everyone the opportunity to maximize the benefits of hydromassage with affordable hot tub ownership.
In Ground and Above Ground Swimming Pools Granada
Pool Specialists since 1989
Experts in the construction of eco-friendly pools and advanced filtration systems, we strive to minimize the environmental impact of our creations, while offering the most innovative pool technology available. For our customers, that means the best solutions for energy efficiency, safety, and reliable maintenance.
Rejuvenate and Revive with a Sauna
When the stressors of life make it tough to be your best, a sauna can help. Intense heat targets the body for all over relief. Relax, restore and revitalize safely in dry heat that reaches between 70° and 100° Celsius or 158° and 212° Fahrenheit.
Endless Pools® Official Distributors in Spain
Ready to take fun and fitness to the next level? A compact, exciting lap pool at home is all you need to swim and exercise against a deep, wide, current. Adjust the current to any speed or ability and build health and wellness from the comfort of home. Endless Pools can be installed indoors or out for convenient, year-round use.
Pool Covers Granada
Need a high quality, effective pool cover? We proudly offer a wide range of pool cover solutions that can suit any size or shape pool. With Floating, Fixed, Elevated, and Automatic Slat, we have exactly what you need. Call us today!
Map of GranadaDirections from Granada to Pool Spas Nerja Ctra Malaga-Almeria km 290, Nerja 29780, Malaga (Spain)
About Granada Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Granada
Granada (/ɡrəˈnɑːdə/ grə-NAH-də; Spanish: [ɡɾaˈnaða],[b] locally [ɡɾaˈna]) is the capital city of the province of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, at the confluence of four rivers, the Darro, the Genil, the Monachil and the Beiro. Ascribed to the Vega de Granada comarca, the city sits at an average elevation of 738 m (2,421 ft) above sea level, yet is only one hour by car from the Mediterranean coast, the Costa Tropical. Nearby is the Sierra Nevada Ski Station, where the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1996 were held.
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Royal Gate (Puerta Real)
Granada City Hall
Realejo was the Jewish district in the time of the Nasrid Granada. (The centuries since the Jewish population were so important that Granada was known in Al-Andalus under the name of “Granada of the Jews”, Arabic: غرناطة اليهود Gharnāṭah al-Yahūd.) It is today a district made up of many Granadinian villas, with gardens opening onto the streets, called Los Cármenes.
This district contains the Carthusian monastery of the same name: Cartuja. This is an old monastery started in a late Gothic style with Baroque exuberant interior decorations. In this district also, many buildings were created with the extension of the University of Granada.
The toponym derives from a gate (Bab al-Ramla, or the Gate of the Ears) that was built when Granada was controlled by the Nasrid dynasty. Nowadays, Bib-Rambla is a high point for gastronomy, especially in its terraces of restaurants, open on beautiful days. The Arab bazaar, the Alcaicería, is made up of several narrow streets, which start from this place and continue as far as the cathedral.
Main article: Sacromonte
The Sacromonte neighborhood is located on the extension of the hill of Albaicín, along the Darro River. This area, which became famous by the nineteenth century for its predominantly Gitano inhabitants, is characterized by cave houses, which are dug into the hillside. The area has a reputation as a major center of flamenco song and dance, including the Zambra Gitana, an Andalusian dance originating in the Middle East. The zone is a protected cultural environment under the auspices of the Centro de Interpretación del Sacromonte, a cultural center dedicated to the preservation of Gitano cultural forms.
Main article: Zaidín (Granada)
This formerly blue collar but now upmarket neighborhood houses 100,000 residents of Granada, making it the largest neighborhood or ‘barrio’. Traditionally populated by Romani people, now many residents are from North and West Africa, China, and many South American countries. Every Saturday morning it hosts a large outdoor market or “mercadillo”, where many people come and sell their wares of fruits and vegetables, clothes and shoes, and other bits and bobs.
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