You can hear the sound of water everywhere and feel it massaging your body. As the bubbles embrace you, almost instinctively you breathe deeply, close your eyes and exhale. This is the calm you were looking for, the moment you deserve, and it feels like a dream. You open your eyes... and the dream goes on: you’re in an Arab bath, floating in therapeutic spring water. You might be in Granada and the Graena Spa, one of the oldest spas in Andalusia, in the town of Cortes Graena at the foot of Sierra Nevada National Park. Nearby is another hydrotherapy centre of long tradition, Lanjarón Spa, which has been enjoyed over the years by such illustrious figures as Virginia Woolf, Bertrand Russell, and Federico García Lorca. The setting of these spas also has much to offer. From the rural charm of the Alpujarra region in general, to the must-see city of Granada and the Alhambra. We recommend taking the chance to see the sunset from the San Nicolás viewpoint (“the most beautiful in the world,” according to Bill Clinton, a former President of the United States).