A Day Trip from Almuñécar To Granada Spain– Things To Do.  Read more on Almunecarinfo.comAs much as we all love Almuñécar, it is nice to get out and explore a bit.  It’s very easy to take a day trip from Almuñécar To Granada,  or you can even plan a few days away.  There is so much to see and do, and it’s always fun to just roam around and soak up the city.  If that isn’t your style, here are some great options for organized tours and things to do in Granada.


La Alhambra and Generalife Fast Track Tickets & Guided Visit + Albayzin & Sacromonte Tour

Granada Spain and La Alhambra - Albayzin

In the morning, skip the line and enjoy a 3-hours guided visit of the Alhambra. Discover the Medina, the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife Palace.  In the afternoon, enjoy a guided walking tour of the Albayzin and Sacromonte neighborhoods.
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Granada Historic Half Day Tour

Make your visit to Granada a unique and knowledge filled experience. Visit the Cathedral and walk through two neighborhoods with more color, charm and history of the city of Granada, Albayzin (declared a World Heritage by UNESCO) and Sacromonte quarters.
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Granada Arabic Baths with Optional Massage

Granada Arabic BathsExperience the relaxation the Arabic baths in Granada offer you while you enjoy varied tempered and sized baths as well as the rest room or the steam room. Add the optional massage to your bath to completely forget about all your worries and let your mind go free.
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Granada Walking Tour

Explore Albayzin, a World Heritage site, and learn the history of Granada’s transformation from being a Muslim city to a Christian city. Visit the most charming and historical areas in the city.
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Granada Twilight Albayzin and Gypsy Sacromonte Small Group Walking Tour

Granada Spain Albaicin or Albayzin

Explore Albayzin and Sacromonte quarters, both World Heritage sites. Two of the most charming and colorful areas in town with lots of history.  You can stroll through the Albayzin at sunset, walk the maze of narrow winding streets scented with jasmine, enjoy the breathtaking views of the Alhambra.  The Sacromonte quarter is where the gypsies that accompanied the troops of the Catholic Monarchs settled after the town was reconquered.  It’s famous for its caves, where the Gypsies continue to celebrate their fiestas with flamenco dancing and singing.
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Granada Mystery and Terror Walking Tour

Granada Mystery and Terror Walking Tour

Want a little thrill? Fascinated by spooky stories? This tour is for you! Go on a guided tour to discover the most horrific events in the city of Granada! Enjoy a perfect mix of history, supernatural and criminal stories, all in one tour!
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Granada Cathedral and Royal Chapel Visit

Be enveloped in opulence as you behold the grandeur of the Granada Cathedral and Royal Chapel!
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1-Hour Flamenco Lesson for Beginners

Flamenco lesson Granada

Learn Flamenco basics with a Flamenco teacher during a 1-hour Flamenco Lesson held at Jardines de Zoraya in the heart of the Albayzin area.
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Flamenco Show with Drink or Dinner at El Templo del Flamenco

Enjoy a traditional flamenco show in one of the gypsy caves of the Albayzin neighborhood in Granada. Choose between having dinner or just a drink as you marvel at the professional flamenco dancers, singers and guitarist.
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Albayzin and Sacromonte Guided Tour

Meet your guide in downtown Granada for a 2-hours walking tour of the Albayzin and Sacromonte neighborhoods of Granada.
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Granada City Tour with Hop-on Hop-off Train

Granada hop on hop off train
Ever experienced hopping on and off a train? Get the chance to do it on this tour that makes several stops to the most notable historic and cultural sites in Granada!


How to get Almuñécar To Granada

By Car:

It is about an hour drive by car from Almuñécar To Granada.  Please allow ample time to find parking and walk to your destination within the city.

Public Parking Garages in Granada

There are also several public parking garages available.  Most have hourly rates, but also offer daily or weekly rates as well.  It is work checking around.  Sometimes it is best to just park your car and use the public transport available during your time in the city.

Tip 1:  If you park in any of these underground car parks, take note of where you are, and what landmarks there are as you exit.  It’s easy to forget where you have left your car.  We often take out the cell phone and snap a photo of the garage entrance, as well as nearby street signs or shops.

Tip 2:  We recommend using Parkopedia to help you find a garage near your destination within Madrid.  It will tell you all of the information you need to know about the garage space, location, as well as prices and types of vehicles allowed.  It is really a great tool to use when driving in Spain.


By Bus:

It is about 75-90 minutes by public bus from Almuñécar To Granada.  Please allow time to travel within the city to your destination.  You would depart Almuñécar  from the central bus station.  You may purchase tickets within the station or you can book now in advance.  Click here for timetables and prices for buses.

Other options:

If you would like to take a taxi or hire a private driver, click here for more info.


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Heidi is passionate about travel (50+ countries) and loves experiencing the world with hubby Alan and their 2 kids. In Aug 2012, they left the “perfect American life”, quit their jobs, sold their belongings and moved to Almuñécar. She likes to share all of her favorites things about the area, as well as practical information too. You may also view their family travel blog, Wagoners Abroad, at http://wagonersabroad.com