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Mombacho Volcano, Nicaragua

Mombacho Volcano, Nicaragua

Hike the Mombacho Volcano If you’re interested in learning Spanish in Granada, Nicaragua, don’t just bring your flip-flops or sandals, but also bring your hiking boots. There are no less that 13 volcanoes, strung in...

San Pablo Fort, Granada, Nicaragua

San Pablo Fort, Granada, Nicaragua

The San Pablo Fort The San Pablo Fort is situated in Las Isletas near the beautiful colonial city of Granada, Nicaragua. The Granada Islets were formed when the Mombacho volcano blew much of its...

Granada, Nicaragua

Granada, Nicaragua’s Colonial Jewel

The Colonial Charm of Granada Granada is the oldest European-established city in Nicaragua. Founded by Francisco Fernández de Córdoba in 1524, it takes its name after the city of Granada in Spain. Set on the western...

Patios in Granada, Nicaragua

Amazing Patios in Granada, Nicaragua Founded in 1524, Granada is one of the oldest cities on the American continent and the most popular tourism destination in Nicaragua. The superbly restored historic center of Granada...

Streets of Granada, Nicaragua

Streets of Granada in Nicaragua

Streets of Granada, Nicaragua Granada, the great Sultan of Nicaragua, is an endlessly photogenic town. Located on the northwest shore of Lake Nicaragua, Granada is a flat city of narrow streets and endless, brightly colored...

Granada Islets, Nicaragua

Granada Islets, Nicaragua

Exploring Granada Islets Granada Islets are located in Lake Nicaragua, just southeast of the city of Granada in Nicaragua. It is a group of 365 small islands scattered about the Asese peninsula. Granada Islets...

Parque Central, Granada, Nicaragua

Parque Central, Granada, Nicaragua

Do not miss relaxing in Parque Central! Granada, with its nostalgic atmosphere and splendid colonial architecture, is doubtless one of the most breathtaking places in Nicaragua. As all colonial cities in Central America, Granada is built around...