Sierra Nevada is located in the heart of the Penibaetic System, within the municipality of Güéjar Sierra (Granada). This is the southernmost ski resort in Europe and it is home to the highest peaks on the Iberian Peninsula: the Veleta (3394m) and the Mulhacen (3478m). All of this can be found just 100 kilometres away from the Mediterranean Sea and the Costa Tropical.
With a ski area of 105km which is divided into 102 marked ski runs, the high quality of snow, exceptionally well-kept pistes and an excellent range of leisure options, Sierra Nevada has become an internationally renowned resort. Skiers and 21st Century tourists alike simply have to visit this resort. Sun and snow are guaranteed in this symbolic, natural paradise which was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1986 and which acquired the title of National Park in 1989.
Sierra Nevada has focussed its latest features for the new winter season along similar lines to those of the previous campaign, supporting family skiing and improving the sports scene for younger visitors with the Super Park Sulayr and new snow disciplines (snowboarding and free styling).