Our beautiful Lecrin Valley is experiencing renewed vigour with a recovering economy and the completed motorway links to Almeria and Malaga, together with new international flight connections to Granada bringing more visitors and more business. Advertisements
Not only is Easyjet flying from Gatwick to Granada this year, but the company will also start to fly from Manchester this summer, with twice weekly flights from the end of July. Return flights from Manchester to Granada will operate every Tuesday and Friday from 21 July through to the end of October, then every Monday… Read More Now Easy-er to fly to Granada from Manchester!
It’s that time of year when we say, come to the Lecrin Valley for an early Spring visit! We’re bang in between the beautiful and very snowy Sierra Nevada and the gorgeous, Costa Tropical! And this year it’s all the more possible with EasyJet starting to fly to Granada Airport (GRX) in February.
Finally…from February 2017, EasyJet will be operating three return flights a week between London Gatwick and Granada-Jaen! The new service was announced today by the President of Granada provincial council, José Entrena (as reported in Ideal.es).
The weather may have turned a bit chilly and autumnal in the UK this week, but not so in the Lecrin Valley, where the sunshine persists to provide lovely late summer weather, well into October and beyond.
Over the next few weeks temperatures in southern Spain will be in the mid thirties, so with schools off for the summer, many Spanish and visiting families are set to escape the heat of the city for the breezes of the valley and the coast… The Lecrin Valley has the best of all worlds: It nestles in… Read More Hello easy breezy Lecrin Valley summer
This time of year has to be the best time in the Lecrin Valley… the spring flowers are all out, the birds are singing, the weather is beautifully warm and sunny and the smell of citrus blossom, or “azahar” is everywhere. While the majority of this uplifting, sweet and pungent aroma is orange blossom, el Azahar officially… Read More Aaaaah, el Azahar!