KING Felipe VI has spent the weekend skiing in the Sierra Nevada.

His Majesty the King traveled this Saturday, January 21, to the Granada ski resort accompanied by his security team and a group of friends, generating great expectations among fellow skiers.

According to sources in Spain’s southernmost ski resort, Don Felipe arrived on Saturday for a private visit and was seen wearing dark sunglasses having a drink on the terrace of the Lodge hotel.

Next, the monarch spent Sunday skiing with some friends on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada, which has now opened Loma de Dílar and other ski lifts that reach 47 skiable kilometers, with a stop for lunch at the Alcazaba de Borreguiles restaurant.

The Minister of Development of Andalusia and president of Cetursa Sierra Nevada, Marifran Carazo, thanked the monarch through Twitter for his visit to “the jewel of Andalusia”.

Thanks to the recent snowfall last Wednesday, Sierra Nevada has been able to extend its ski area to 47 kilometers, and yesterday, Sunday, January 22, some 9,700 people enjoyed the powder snow and the 1,100-meter ski slope with His Majesty.

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