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Sierra Nevada


About the resort

Sierra Nevada is the southernmost resort in Europe and the highest altitude in Spain.

The station hosted the Alpine Ski World Championships in 1996, as well as several events of the Alpine Ski World Cup. It has also been a candidate for the Winter Olympic Games.

It is 27 km from the city of Granada on the A-395 road, and is located less than 100 km from Motril, on the Granada coast, thus being able to enjoy the mountain and the sea on the same day, since the route in car can be done in just over an hour.

Total length of ski slopes:
110 Km
Number of ski lifts:
Total number of ski slopes:
Green and blue slopes:
52 Km
Red slopes:
49 Km
Black slopes:
9 Km
Snowpark / Funpark:
Artificial Snow making:
Trail map:
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Camping Site
6.5 Km
Altitude Difference
1.182 m
Nearest Airports