Granada villages Guadix
The highest part of the town is the cave quarter, which creates an incredible landscpae marked by the contast between the read earth and the whitewashed façcades and chimneys of the caves.
The Alcazaba or fortress has been declared a national monument and dates from the times of the Caliphate. It was a fortress and a palace, and its towers show a paronamic view of the town and its fertile plain.
The Cathedral was builton the grounds of the Great Mosque. Its construction started in the 16th century. The interior is of Renaissance style and was finished in Baroque style. Its main façade recalls the style of Boromini, and its impressive tower overlooks the town.
The 17th century town hall or Balcón de los Corregidores is one
of the most beautiful places in the Plaza de la Constitución, a
square with arcades which illustrates the style of the Christians who
came to settle in the area after the reconquest.