(Granada, Andalucia, Spain)
Aerial view of the Granada cityscape, showing the hills and surrounding scenery in the background.
La Alhambra view, the city's famous Moorish fortress, which was built in the 13th century and is one of the region's most popular tourist attractions.
Santa Maria Cathedral (Catedral de Santa Maria de la Encarnación), built in the early 16th century.
View of the spectacular entrance to the cathedral, which features detailed architecture and many stone carvings.
Elaborate interior of the cathedral, which features one main nave, four aisles and a circular apse.
Granada is home to many outdoor patios where al fresco dining is the order of the day.
Distant view of the formally landscaped Generalife Gardens, which surround the Alhambra fortress.
The Generalife Gardens contain many angular pools, fountains and mature planting.
Further view of the famous Generalife Gardens, where a number of significant outdoor concerts and fiestas are hosted each year.
Mirador de San Nicolas, one of the area's most famous lookout points, known for its breathtaking views of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada mountains.
Ancient Albayzin Walls (Murallas del Albayzin), providing an important reminder of the city's Moorish past.
View of nearby Loja, known for its historical Alcazaba fortress, which dates back to 890 AD.