Granada dominates its fertile plain, coronated by the Sierra Nevadas and fortified by the Alhambra. The city bears the Genil and Darro rivers, which run through the center, dividing the two hills of the Alhambra and Albayzin.
Granada is a mix of old Iberian, Roman and Islamic cultures in a truly privileged setting. In the Islamic Albayzin and Sacromonte one can enjoy flamenco and folklore festivals. Though Granada is a historic treasure, it does not lack modern culture with a university and administrative and commercial centers.
The Carmen del Cobertizo (Arab. karm, vineyard), is a typical garden setting found in Granada , which is composed partly of a garden and partly of an orchard. Encompassing the garden walls you will find intense green ivy with rich flora. Placed on the foothill of Albayzín, this hidden gem will offer you a charming viewpoint from which you can admire the beautiful scenery and colourful panoramas.
The 5 rooms are located around the first floor gallery and patio. All of them still have his primitive charm and original decoration.
All rooms have central heating, bathroom, hairdryer, toiletries and Internet WiFi. Some of them have views to the Alhambra.
Coming from north on the high way circunvalación A-44/E-902, take exit number 131 Armilla-Palacio de Congresos, and drive towards centro and parking Puerta Real. Drive on Calle Reyes Católicos until Plaza Nueva and continue straight until you get to the first bridge by the Carrera del Darro. From there, walk up a few meters on Cuesta Santa Inés and you will find Calle Cobertizo de Santa Inés, a narrow street to the right.