Granada, Nicaragua,belongs to the second generation of cities settled on American territory by Spanish conquerors. Of all these cities, Granada is the only one in the American continent that still stands in the same location and with its original infrastructure.
Granada, located in the safest country of Central America, lays on the skirts of the Mombacho Volcano and the coasts of Lake Cocibolca. Mombacho an inactive volcano offers hiking, canopy and sightseeing. Lake Cocibolca, one of the largest in the world and the only one with sweet water sharks, contains 365 beautiful islands offering swimming, kayaking and other water activities.
The city is located a 30 minute drive from Nicaragua’s capital, Managua and a 20 minute drive from Managua’s Hospital Metropolitano, the best one in the country with US standards medical attention. A 1 hour drive from the best beaches in the country and from all main beach resorts. Foreigner friendly, with competitive infrastructure and a variety of amenities (spas, bars, museums, restaurants, etc), most offering english speaking services.