Granada Halal-friendly holidays

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Granada Halal-friendly holidays general information

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Halal-friendly holidays in Granada

Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and at the confluence of four rivers, Granada is one of the most visited cities in Andalusia. Granada attracts visitors with its unique mix of palaces, fine Renaissance architecture, Islamic/Spanish art, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, bohemian charm and a rich, deep-rooted Islamic history. Combined with the ideal warm climate, Granada is the perfect destination for a halal-friendly holiday.

Is Granada Muslim-friendly?

Granada has an Islamic heritage visible everywhere and has excellent mosques and prayer facilities, particularly in the predominantly Muslim Albaicín quarter. Also, since Muslims from all over the world visit Andalusia, halal food is plentiful. Granada has numerous hotels serving halal food upon request, and a lot of hotels with halal food nearby. There are some alcohol-free hotels, and many offer alcohol-free rooms.

Is there halal food in Granada?

Due to the large Muslim community in the Albaicín quarter, there are many halal dining options in Granada, including Middle Eastern and South Asian restaurants. There are many convenience stores that sell halal foods, including Moroccan and Middle Eastern foods.

Are there halal-friendly hotels in Granada?

Granada has numerous hotels serving halal food upon request, and a lot of hotels with halal food nearby. There are some alcohol-free hotels, and many offer alcohol-free rooms. Have your every need catered for in fantastic hotels, enjoy some privacy in modern aparthotels, live like a local in Spanish villas and escape to nature in cottages and country houses. Treat yourself to the halal getaway you've been dreaming of and use our halal filters such as halal food, alcohol-free properties or properties with secluded pools, spa and wellness facilities, to find your ideal accommodation.

Places to visit in Granada

Alhambra - The UNESCO World Heritage-listed mediaeval fortress and Moorish Alhambra Palace is a beautifully constructed structure that was an important part of the Muslim rule of Andalusia. It served as a palace for the later emirs of Spain and is one of Andalusia's biggest tourist attractions as it showcases Spain's Islamic history.

Generalife Gardens - Near the Alhambra is the Summer Palace and Gardens, built for the Nasrid emirs in the 14th century. The name comes from the Arabic expression “Jannat al-Areef,” which translates to “architect’s garden.” The gardens are full of blooming fauna and bubbling water fountains - a tranquil retreat on your halal holiday in Andalusia.

Catedral de Granada – In the centre of the old Muslim city of Granada, the cathedral was built in the 16th century on top of the city's main mosque. The imposing structure showcases the beauty but also the contrast between the Renaissance and Moorish architectural styles seen at the other locations.

Calle Mirador de San Nicolás – The lively square of San Nicolás is full of musicians, dancers and artisans. Immerse yourself in Granada's culture and welcoming atmosphere, and enjoy the breathtaking sunset.

Palace of Charles V - Located inside the Alhambra, the Renaissance-style Palace of Charles V is an ornately decorated building where you can learn about the history of Spain after Moorish rule.

Are there mosques in Granada?

Mezquita Mayor de Granada - Built in 2003, it is the first mosque in Granada since the late 15th century. It features a beautiful marble-covered garden with a courtyard fountain and breathtaking views of the Alhambra. The interior design is a mosaic of influences from across the Muslim world, with the mihrab being an exact replica of the Great Mosque of Cordoba, the marble tiles identical to those of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Palestine, and the windows a replica of those in the Sultanahmet Mosque in Istanbul.

Mezquita Shaykh bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan - Located on a side street in the Albayzin district, the mosque is open for daily prayers and has a separate entrance, prayer hall and washing facilities for men and women.

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