Granada - Casa Tagomago
A Little Bit of History – The Royal Chapel Granada

A Little Bit of History – The Royal Chapel Granada

  Historical Places to Visit The Royal Chapel in Granada, the final resting place of the Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand, is adjoined to the city’s cathedral. Queen Isabel of Castille and King Fernando of Aragon re-conquered Granada from the...
A Recommended Day Trip – Motril, Granada

A Recommended Day Trip – Motril, Granada

Visit the Town of Motril, Granada Granada’s Costa Tropical and the town of Motríl are just 25 minutes from Restábal. Motríl is not exactly a seaside town as it is situated a little way inland but it boasts some attractive beaches and an important fishing port...
How to Get to Granada, Spain

How to Get to Granada, Spain

How to Travel to Granada and the Lecrín Valley The Lecrín Valley is located halfway between Granada and the Costa Tropical. Easily reached from both Granada and Malaga, in this post we offer you travel information and useful links. Airports The nearest airport to Casa...
How to Visit Granada with Granada Card

How to Visit Granada with Granada Card

Introducing the Granada Card With Granada Card you’ll get tickets for the city’s principal monuments and transport options, as well as discounts on other tourist attractions and services. These same services are included in the Kid’s Granada Card, for children from 2...
Shopping for Gifts  Granada – Fajalauza Pottery

Shopping for Gifts Granada – Fajalauza Pottery

Shopping on Holiday – Arts and CraftsLocal arts and crafts are always something to watch out for on holiday and pottery is something most people like to discover. So let’s take a look at Granada’s traditional blue and white ceramics.At the time of the reconquest...