Holiday in Granada – Your guide to Granada, Spain


Regional Information

Population: 240, 099 (2011)
Language: Spanish
Currency: Euro
Time Zone: UTC/GMT +1 hour


The weather in Granada makes it an extremely appealing holiday destination. The city enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate, with plenty of sunshine, mild winters and hot summers. Summer temperatures average around 25°C (77°F) and can peak around 40°C (104°F). Autumn and Spring bring extremely pleasant weather and both are popular times to visit Granada.

Fascinating Facts

  1. The pomegranate is the symbol of the city.
  2. There are many mysterious, walled gardens hidden throughout the Granada.
  3. Granada has a Muslim, Jewish and Christian historical legacy.
  4. The residents of Granada are called Granadinos.
  5. Granada was the last stronghold of Muslim Spain and fell to the Catholic Kings in 1492 after almost 800 years of Arab occupation.
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