Sierra Nevada is the southernmost ski resort in Europe
It is a mountainous massif, and because of its landscape and biodiversity it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco.
Overdue to its geographical situation, it enjoys an exceptionally sunny and pleasant climate (in length it is about 90 km, in width it is between 15 and 30 km and the highest point is 3482 meters).
Here is the ideal place for those who love to practice winter sports, from beginners to professionals. There are about 84 km of tracks divided by 86 tracks of varying levels of difficulty.
Skiing and snowboarding are very famous, in the Sierra Nevada, for the high peaks and with the abundant snow it is possible to ski almost anywhere on the mountain.
From the top of the Veleta, practitioners can indulge themselves with spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains of Morocco. There are few places in the world where you can ski in the morning and go swimming in the coast in the afternoon. Sierra Nevada allows this.
Off the slopes, there are some good restaurants and lively bars.
The typical cuisine of this region is very varied. You will easily find local, international foods and typical regional products, such as Jamón Serrano.
In addition to these sports, we also have several tourist attractions, such as the Sierra Nevada National Park, the Alhambra Palace, the Botanical Garden, the Sierra Nevada Observatory, Cortijuela, La Alpujarra (it is the historic region) and Sulayr (it is a trail sport).