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Highlights in Baza
- Architectural ensemble in Arabic style
- Interesting archaeological sites
- Active tourism in the Sierra de Baza
- Themed routes in nature
- Cascamorras festival Most popular holiday rentals in Baza
Most popular in Baza
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Holiday rentals in Baza
Are you looking for cheap houses in Baza to rest and forget for a few days the stress of the big city? Then, nothing better than a cave house surrounded by nature. This type of accommodation is typical of this area of Granada. They present the rustic architectural elements of the area, but are equipped with all modern amenities. All our houses in Baza have heating systems, Internet and all basic appliances. In addition, many of them also have a garden and swimming pool. Perfect for couples who want to organise a romantic getaway, for families with children and large groups of friends. Book your holiday home in Baza today and enjoy an unforgettable stay in the heart of the mountains.
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The area and how to find your way around
Located northeast of Granada, Baza is the town with the largest municipality in the province. Surrounded by the towns of Cullar, Orce, Pozo Alcon, Zujar, Guadix, Benalua and Tijola. It dominates the hole to which it gives its name and is located on the slope of the Sierra de Baza, a natural park of more than 52,000 hectares and peaks of more than 2,000 meters. A climatic island with favourable conditions for the development of a wide variety of plant species. A real paradise for the fans of active tourism activities in nature. What are you waiting for to reserve a house in Baza?A locality with an Arabic flavour ideal to disconnect
The town centre of Baza keeps practically intact its Arabic layout, formed by the Medina, the Alcazaba and the neighbourhoods with narrow cobbled streets. The Alcazaba building and part of the walls that once surrounded the entire old quarter, as well as the remains of several towers, are still preserved. But there are also many and varied buildings from later times. A city that is worth getting lost for and that guides the visitor through its charming corners, breathing and catching the rhythm of this charming town, which lives in a quieter way than the big cities do. If you need to give yourself a break and are looking for a charming destination, don't hesitate to book your holiday rental in Baza
Types of travellers and activities
In Baza you will find a great variety of natural places to discover. One of the best ways to do this is by walking, cycling or horseback riding along its beautiful trails. But you can also enjoy many other proposals such as 4x4 routes, canyoning, kayaking, zip line, abseiling, canoeing, archery, climbing, etc.. There are many specialized companies with which you can hire excursions to immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes of the area of a totally safe menare.An asset for those who are passionate about history
Baza is a city with a great wealth of monuments. A reflection in stone of the different civilizations that have settled in it over the centuries. The Alcazaba is one of its most representative monuments, but the Mudejar-style church of Santiago, the ex-collegiate church of Nuestra Señora Santa Maria de la Encarnacion, the Archaeological Museum, the Posito Real, the church, the Palacio de los Enriquez, the Monastery of San Jeronimo and the convent of La Merced and the church of Los Dolores are also worth a visit.
Did you know that the Baza area was home to one of the first humans to inhabit the European continent more than a million years ago? It must be something.
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In the vicinity of the town we can find several archaeological sites, such as the Ibero-Roman city of Basti, which has Arab baths and two necropolis. If you go up to the Interpretation Centre located in the half-buried viewpoint, you will be able to learn more about the archaeological past of the area through modern interactive technology. Another of the most important are the Arab Baths of the Jewish Quarter, which date back to the 13th century. One of the most complete and best preserved examples in Spain.2. Make a thematic route through its natural landscapes
The high plateau of Granada is so extensive that it offers a great variety of landscapes that constitute the ideal setting for the practice of a multitude of activities and organized thematic itineraries. Mycological routes to collect mushrooms, for bird watching, to visit its monuments located in the middle of nature or to discover the beauty of the marshes and watercourses of the Sierra de Baza. So, you'll always find an activity that fits your preferences.3. Immerse yourself in their traditions during the Feast of the Cascamorras
The Festival of the Cascamorras, declared of National Tourist Interest, is celebrated on September 6, giving beginning to the Fair and Festivals of the Virgin of the Pieta that extend until the 15 of the same month. The Cascamorras is a pseudo-religious character who wears a multicoloured outfit and leaves Guadix on the 6th to recover the image of the Virgen de la Piedad. After the popular struggle and religious acts, he returns to Guadix on 9 September. During these days a multitude of activities are organized for both adults and children.4. Try the exquisite gurullos with partridge and bienmesabe
The cuisine of Baza is clearly influenced by the Arab culture, which spent so much time in the area. But we also find other recipes in which the Christians left their mark. One of the most typical dishes is the gachas tortas, but also the stew with beans and beans or the gurullos with partridge or hare are delicious. And for dessert, nothing better than some exquisite torrijas, some chocolate corquetas or a bienmesabe.