Do you kinda to ski in the highest mountains and only 80 kilometres from the beach, golf courses and 40 kilometres and one of the architectural gems of humanity?
This is possible naturally in the southernmost ski resort of Europe, and which is curiously the highest of all the Iberian Peninsula and the first to open in Spain.
As we have said very well communicated with Granada and also with the tropical coast, allowing you to enjoy the snow, the beach and monuments on a weekend.
The ski resort of Sierra Nevada is the only ski resort in Andalusia, however its facilities are of unquestionable quality and of great value.
Located in the foothills of the Vane, and inaugurated in 1966, Sierra Nevada has had a magnificent evolution in its more than 50 years of life. The ski resort has its lowest point in the urbanization of Pradollano at 2100 meters and its slope reaches the more than 3000 meters in the Veleta.
Pradollano has a wide variety of hotel establishments and other types of accommodation. Numerous restaurants, supermarkets and ski schools have their facilities here.
In different parts of the enclosure and its different slopes have different types of tracks according to their difficulty. The next level of Sierra Nevada at about 2700 meters is borreguiles where you will find most of the tracks including rookies.
To these different levels is accessed through their ski lifts like chairlifts or their gondolas.
Not only do you get to the different ski facilities but also to play sports like snowboard or freestyle.
The ski resort is a place for big and small where you can learn to ski and other activities like the roller coaster snow.
Sierra Nevada offers for about five months all for its services and high quality slopes and with a wide variety of accommodation offer.
The ski resort throughout its history has been home to numerous sporting events. In 1996 hosted the World Alpine Ski Championships, it has also been the venue for different races of the World Cup, in 2015 was held the Winter Universiade hosting the tests of alpine skiing and snowboarding and in 2017 hosted the world snowboard and FRE Style.