The main gateway to Granada in Islamic times. It was heading to the old Medina Elvira, now disappeared. Today, it is one of the entrances to Albaicín and the picturesque Elvira Street, full of tea houses, halal food eateries, and craft shops.
The Hammam al-Yawza or Walnut Bath is known with the diminutive of Bañuelo because it is smaller than the royal baths of Granada. This Andalusian public bath date back to 11th century and is the oldest and complete preserved in Spain.
One of the seven gates that counted the enclosure of the Old Alcazaba of Albaycin. It's currently closed to the public for conservation works but you can see the large arch built with caliphal technique and enjoy one of the best views of the city.
A 'carmen' is a type of urban housing typical of Granada, with an annexed green space, garden and orchard at the same time, closed to the outside. Its origin is in the Andalusian period (karm). This belongs to the University, so its gardens can be visited.