What would any city be without their people? One goes to India to see the Taj Mahal, to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower, to Granada to visit the world fanous Alhambra but, at the end of the day, what makes each place distinct, unique, unrepeatable, aren't the monuments but the inhabitants. Granada is lively town, well-known within Spain for its huge University which has no less than 80.000 students spread over five campuses. That makes one out of four people in Granada a student! Add 3 million tourists a year and you will start to understand why the squares and avenues of Granada seem to always be packed with people, its shopping streets always crowded and its thousands of tapas bars filled to the brim. With lots of sunny days and short winters granadinos like to enjoy life outdoors. The pictures in this gallery are very special to me. All my love and respect go to he people here portrayed. 




Granada B&B Homestay

Cozy, friendly, affordable Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the centre of Granada 


Flamenco Radio Station


Life Thru A Lens

(World Photo Gallery)

all pictures by Victor Ovies