It was a sunny day with not a cloud in the sky when we arrived in the beautiful Andalucian city Granada. Don’t you like it when a blog post starts like that? But wait. It was late January and Granada is in the mountains. A clear sky doesn’t mean much in such a context. This was exactly what we found out when we got off the bus and immediately dove into our luggage to search for the warmest piece of clothing that we could find.
We had definitely left the warmth of the Costa del Sol behind us as soon as we had driven inland. But that didn’t really matter. The highlight of our stay in Granada was an indoor activity anyway. And one that until recently we would have never believed that it was possible.
Do we really want to wear a bathing suit in a spa?
As Belgians, we are lucky to have a sprawling spa culture. One where bathing suits are not allowed (except on a handful of specific “bathing suit days” per month). It’s a tradition that has blown over from Germany and is currently also common practice in The …