Live in Granada

With the background of Sierra Nevada and 40 minutes from the Mediterranean Costa Tropical is one of the most picturesque and beautiful cities in Spain. Granada is known as the capital of eastern Andalusia and internationally is famous for being the city of the Alhambra, palace and citadel of Nasrid period, one of the world’s wonders and admired for over 3 million visitors a year.

Granada surprises with the legacy of the civilizations that have passed through it, a legacy marked by his Arab, Jewish and Christian past, reflected in the Albaicin and the historical center with its monumental cathedral, with its countless squares, the alcaicería (trading area) and its little narrow streets.

The city of Granada has a climate with cold winters and hot summers. Its location, at the foot of the highest mountain range of the Peninsula, makes Granada an unbeatable destination for those students or people who love the main sport in winter, skiing, and at the same time they can enjoy the wonderful beaches of the Costa Tropical.

Its University is the largest one in Andalusia and the third one with the higher number of students in Spain, with more than 80.000 students, which makes the city comes alive and youth, with a very implanted tapas culture among students and Granada people and also with great places to enjoy drinks and parties, like the culture, art, cinema and flamenco.

Let’s come to live to Granada and enjoy its people, bars, customs and traditions, monuments and streets.

Discover why study in Granada.
Find out about our student housing and student residence.

Apartments and individual studios are located right in the historical center of Granada, next to the Cathedral of the city.

Enjoy its places, culture and leisure. Enjoy its balconies and delicious tapas. Enjoy the experience of living in Granada.

Granada has one of the best universities of Spain and High Schools of Spain. Live and study in Granada.

Apartments and individual studios are located right in the historical center of Granada, next to the Cathedral of the city.