The ‘Corrala de Santiago’ is an impressive example of Granada’s traditional architecture of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Located in the historic neighborhood of ‘Realejo’, it is a good starting point to get to know this part of the city and imagine what family life was like in the christian time in Granada.

The term ‘Corrala’ refers to the classic construction consisting of a house with a central courtyard and the various high-rise galleries in which many families lived and shared some rooms.

It is currently the official residence of the University of Granada.

It has simple and comfortable rooms, as well as common spaces that will provide an unforgettable stay.

In addition, its extraordinary location will allow you to access the main heritage and cultural spaces of the city.

©Joaquín Puga

©Joaquín Puga

©Joaquín Puga

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