Monuments in Sacromonte
Sacromonte is Granada's most distinctive neighbourhood, known worldwide for its houses in caves and stunning views. It is also considered to be the cradle of flamenco.
The flamenco roots and festive traditions are present in the performances given daily in the zambras (caves used for flamenco shows) and spontaneous impulses to sing or play the guitar that can arise at any time in the local bars and sidewalk cafés.
Sacromonte is characteristically picturesque, with hillsides covered in prickly pears and little white houses that glow deep red at sunset. Every corner is an invitation to wander through the streets and discover this enchanting neighbourhood.
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