Central America’s oldest Colonial city is nestled between Lake Nicaragua and Volcan Mombacho. With its rich history dating back to the Spanish conquistadores, Granada is one of the most popular tourism and real estate destinations in Nicaragua. The city’s brightly colored buildings, historically preserved colonial architecture and horse-drawn carriages will capture your attention from the first minute arrive in town.
Real estate investors and retirees are attracted by the availability of historic colonial properties characterized by 12 foot high adobe walls, wooden beams and internal courtyards. But there are so many things that will tug at your heart in this city. You can take a jungle cruise through Granada’s 365 islands, visit one of its three major cathedrals, or swim in nearby Crater Lake Apoyo – also a hotspot for real estate investing – given the crystal clear water, breathtaking views and rich biodiversity.