According to tradition, this place is built on the old dungeons of Christian captives in times Nazari. Once the city was conquered by Ferdinand and Isabella became a Carmelite convent where she was a few years prior San Juan de la Cruz. Its present appearance corresponds to the nineteenth century Orientalist tendencies to appreciate the moment. The gardens are a judicious mix of French and British models with the aesthetics of the garden-Andalus.

Address:-Walk-of-the-Martyr -s/n.-Granada
Phone: -958-227-953
Input-free
Directions: Bus No. 30 and 32