Granada Old Town
Jewish, Muslim and Catholic
Let us take you to discover Granada, one of the most important cities in Europe during the Middle Ages, founded in 1013 by the Ziriids, and ruled for centuries by the Nasrids. Thousands of people living in a chosen place where Muslims, Jews and Christians used to coexist.
There are three main areas, The Albayzín, which is the origin of Granada, considered to be the former Muslim quarter, then the Realejo, which is the place where the Jewish People lived, it’s located at the foot of the Alhambra and finally the City Center, a place where is possible to find most of the Catholic legacy of Granada.