Holiday Homes Granada
The best holiday homes in Granada. 236 holiday rentals to enjoy a unique stay in Granada, with the guarantee and security of Ruralidays.
The 236 most demanded holiday rentals in Granada
If you can’t make up your mind between the sea and the mountains; if the snow draws your attention as much as the sand, take a look at our selection of the best holiday homes in Granada. The holiday rentals all comfort are located in the whole province. Their closeness to the Costa Tropical’s magnificent beaches and the Alpujarras high mountains, allow you to rejoice in your holidays.
Our holiday homes offer fabulous hideouts for travelling to the province of Granada and falling in love with its magnificent surroundings. You will find beachfront dream villas, houses to rejoice in nature, sheltered by the mountains of the Sierra Nevada. Whatever might be the reason for which you travel to Granada, our holiday homes will provide you with the perfect base to discover its charms.
Enjoy a holiday home with private pool
Regardless of where you will spend your holidays, you will have at your disposal a magnificent private pool for refreshing under the warm Andalusian sun. This way, you can swim surrounded by the mountains that envelop the rural accommodation in the Alpujarras of Granada. At the same time, you will rejoice in as much privacy as you need. The whole family will share some unforgettable moments and enjoy the renowned pleasant temperatures in the private gardens of our holiday homes.
The contrasts that characterise the province of Granada reflect in the holiday rentals. For example, you will find splendid beachfront villas all comfort, a stone’s throw from the warm Mediterranean Sea. Unobstructed decor, dream views and the equipment that you would expect to find in a holiday home, will make your holidays impossible to forget.
Granada, the earth of contrasts between beach and snow
The dichotomy and differences that characterise Andalucia become especially visible in the province of Granada. Do you want snow and mountains? Travel to the Sierra Nevada and the Alpujarras Granadinas, with its charming towns in the snowy mountains. You’d rather sunbathe on the beach? The Costa Tropical is just a few kilometres away, where you can rejoice in the coastal towns, of which Salobreña stands out as the capital. In the most northern area, you will find the regions of Guadix and Huescar, famous for their peculiar cuisine featuring migas, cold meat and delicious Christmas desserts.
The province of Granada features charming western towns, such as Montefrío in the region of Loja; the region of Alhama lets you have both the Costa Tropical and the Costa del Sol at hand. Lastly, consider the central areas for your holidays in the province of Granada: the Vega de Granada and Valle de Lecrín feature impressive houses for real relaxation.
Granada city, home to the Alhambra
The city of Granada relies on splendid hideouts and beautiful monuments for you to enjoy your getaway at best. Undoubtedly, the Alhambra is the most famous landmark, the symbol of the city of Granada and its province. Also, don’t miss out on the districts of Albaicín and Sacromonte. Here, you will discover the cradle of Flamenco and will soak up the most authentic Andalusian culture.
The towns of Granada, from the mountains down to the coast
In the province of Granada, you will find several charming villages, which you can’t miss out on during your getaway to the area. North of the city, Illora, whereas the Alpujarras feature dreamlike spots, such as Lanjarón and Orgiva. You must visit the coastal towns too: Almuñécar and its beaches, Salobreña and Motril with its charming monuments.
The Costa Tropical: the paradise of Granada
The splendid Costa Tropical is the perfect destination if you are looking for beach and sea, authentic towns and pleasant temperatures. Motril welcomes an extensive Old Town and marvellous, fine-sand beaches where you can unwind in the sunshine. Spectacular seafront villas provide you with breakfasts with a view as soon as you wake up.
Your holiday home in Granada
Now you only need to rent a dream accommodation to enjoy your holidays in the province of Granada at best. Choose to spend the day on the beach, surrounded by your loved ones and within a stone’s throw from your villa with private pool, or stay in the farthest spots, in a quaint holiday home. Either way, the province of Granada offers you all the possibilities for your holidays to be unforgettable.
The most interesting areas in Granada
Frequently Asked Questions about Granada
How much does a stay in a Granada holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in Granada costs on average €32 p.p./per night. Depending on the season, prices can range from €26 p.p./per night in April to €36 p.p./per night in September.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Granada?
Which homes in Granada are recommended for families?
The best homes in Granada if you're travelling with family are:
- Nice Andalusian house with private spectacular pool
- Beautiful house with garden, great views to the village
- Spectacular holiday villa in Granada province, with a snug outdoor chill-out area
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Granada?
The best holiday homes in Granada are:
- Beautiful house with garden, great views to the village
- Holiday villa in Orgiva for couples - dreamlike outdoors
- Comfortable villa for families in the mountains
To see more options for holiday homes in Granada, order by 'Number of comments' and filter by 'Rating' above 9.
What is there to see in Granada?
To make the most of your trip to Granada, there are several sites that you simply can't miss. Highlights among these are, of course, the Alhambra, the neighbourhoods of Sacromonte and Albaicin, and the Cathedral. Find out what to see in two days in Granada here.
What can you see in Granada for free?
Many of Granada's museums and monuments open for free on Sundays or Mondays. Notable amongst these are the museums of the Alhambra on the ground floor of the Palace of Charles V, and the Museum of Fine Arts, on the top floor of the same palace. Browse all of the information on our blog.
How do you get to Granada?
Granada can be reached either by bus or by car. In the first case, you can leave from Malaga and, after a 2-hour-long trip, you will arrive at the city of the Alhambra. If on the other side, you have your own vehicle, Granada is just one hour and a half far from Malaga. The wide net of roads allows you to discover the surroundings of Granada and get to the most charming towns of the Sierra Nevada and the Coast.
Granada is also provided with the Federico García Lorca Airport, which it shares with the close province of Jaen. The airport is located on the outskirts of the city, at 17 km. EasyJet and Vueling are two of the airlines that fly to and from this airport.
When is best to visit Granada?
You can enjoy the attractions in Granada and the surrounding province all year round. Each season is notable for its own characteristics that will have you falling in love with the place in a matter of seconds: the ski slopes of the Sierra Nevada, the beaches of the Granada coastline, the villages of the Alpujarra and the landmarks of Granada city are just some of the attractions the province boasts throughout the year. Check out our blog to discover when to travel to Granada and what you can do in the province in each season.