Granada, the province, is a landscape of fertile plains and hills. In Alhama da Granada, you can see the Church of the Incarnation. You can tour through the Alpujara or spend time at the spa town of Lanjarón. Many travelers, however, arrive in the area to visit Granada, the city. They come to stay a weekend in Granada and stay for a week to admire the Nasrid architecture or wander its Albaicin – Moorish neighborhood. Granada tourism stresses the power of the Calhat Alhambra (Red Castle), a fortress on a wooded hill, as one of several major Granada attractions. Other Granada sights include the Emperor Charles V Palace and the Gothic Royal Chapel. For a taste of Granada culture, go to the Archaeology Museum in the Renaissance Palace of Casa Castril or the 14th century Nasrid Palace with its Myrtle and Lion courtyards and Comares tower. Still thinking of things to do in Granada? Pay a visit to the Gypsy caves and watch some Flamenco dancing. You can also go shopping in Granada on the Puerta Real.