Sierra Nevada near Granada, the highest mountain range of the Iberian Peninsula, home to the most modern ski slopes in Spain. The Sierra Nevada extends mainly over the province of Granada but also over a part of the southwestern province of Almería.
It culminates at 3,480 meters at the Mulhacén Peak, it's an essential spot for winter sports, the Sierra Nevada has 105 km of ski trails distributed along its 116 slopes.
Skiers, snowboarders and other cross-country skiers can also enjoy some splendid views of Granada and the sea and a fabuloys climate.