Vita Santa Cruz
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Vita Santa Cruz
TripAdvisor Reviews Vita Santa Cruz Sierra Nevada National Park
Travel Blogs from Sierra Nevada National Park
16km hike after rest day...yeah we are hard core!
The second of our hikes in the Sierra Nevada (real) mountain range, we felt we were experts at navigating to the start. Which can be an issue.
This one should be a fantastic no brainer on the driving front, straight out from our apartment, no through city many roundabout, fake exit, multi crosswalk, narrow street gps fail issues...just straight ...
Canal de la Espartera walk...
Staying in Spain on our travels = best decision ever. I think we could stay here a year and barely scratch the surface. Making an impromptu decision to fill 3 days in and around Granada could not have been a better choice. We get to experience the lower parts of the (real and Original) Sierra ...
... important buildings including the oldest hammam (bath) in Spain. After the walking tour we also explored the narrow quiet streets and hills on our own and discovered some amazing lookout places to see the Alhambra from. We also saw lots of Pomegranate trees, the pomegranate being the symbol of the Granada.
The place we stayed in Granada was beautiful, just on the riverfront near the Plaza Nueva and heaps of good bars. The building itself was te Mudejar (or muslim) ...
... figure out next steps. Me, who in all seriousness had hugged some of my girlfriends goodbye with a look on my face that said ‘I am sorry I will never see you again because it is so obvious to me that I will never be coming back as I will end up living on an organic hippie commune in rural Portugal’, had snapped. I snapped from the food, the lodgings, the disparity between my imagined reality and actual reality and what did I do… got on ...
... of catching up and a few drinks, which turned into a big group of us ending up in a very random rock’n’roll club in the early hours where I stood watching skinny guys with long hair throwing their sweaty locks back and forth in all directions – some slapping birds in the face and others dipping into unsuspecting bystanders rum and cokes. The following day, with Cara as our tour guide, we checked out most of Granada ...