Abades Loja

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Autovia A92, Km 192, Loja, Andalusia, 18300, Spain
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Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by lynn1234

Thanks everyone for all the good advice on the Alhambra in December. We will be there from the 19th until the 27th so there shouldn't be too many long line ups.

I hope I am as fortunate with my next question. We are also going to Morocco and spending time in Marrakech and Essaouira. What is the simplest/easiest and cheapest way to get from Marrakech back to Granada.

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by Mozumbus

Is this a troll?

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by Marianne2

No, not a troll.
Lynn, there are budget flights from Agadir to Malaga. So, you'd take a coach to Agadir, fly to Malaga, and then coach to Granada. Good luck in your research!

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by Mozumbus

Thanks. My oplogies, btw...

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by leics

Just a word of warning: you will be visiting over the Christmas period. Spain and Morocco are both very popular holiday destinations at that time for Europeans, especially Spain (and especially with visitors from the UK). It is not low season (prices for flights and accomm may well reflect this).

So you may well encounter queues, I'm afraid.

www.whichbudget.com lists all European budget carriers and their routes, www.skyscanner.net will give you carriers and (usually) cheapest fares for your route/dates.

You might find it easier to fly to e.g. Malaga and then take the bus to Granada.

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by puerto_lover

The flight options using Marrakesh airport seems the obvious. Ryanair has a flight from Seville to Marrakesh. If you don't mind rail travel then it would be possible to use the Moroccan Railways to/from Marrakesh and though the journey is long, you also have an overnight option.

Moroccan Rail:`http://www.oncf.ma/

From Algeciras port it is possible to either take a bus to Granada or the train via Ronda. The overland journey clearly takes time and needs planning but is an option.

Re: Travelling from Marrakech to Granada

by lynn1234

thanks everyone (almost everyone) for your help. We are new to travelling and are driving to Morocco with friends who will not be returning with us. There seem to be so many different options I thought I would ask more experienced travellers their opinion.

Thanks again.

Travel Tips for Granada

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Office

Santa Ana, 4
18009 Granada

- Tel.: (+34) 958 57 52 02
- Fax: (+34) 958 57 52 03
- E mail: otgranada@andalucia.org

- www.granadatur.com
- www.turismodegranada.org
- www.andalucia.org (and look for Granada)

Alhambra - History

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Alhambra was under construction in days of Nasrid's dynasty. Each governor brought improvements in the plan of buildings, built new halls and court yard.
After exile of arabs Alhambra belonged to Christian kings.

The Rocket Festival

by raquelitalarga

May 2008 is the 3rd year this festival, " a celebration of life and alternative culture", has taken place. The site is in the mountains outside Granada, so has gorgeous views and has hundreds of live bands, dance acts, and arty events. There is a campsite, it lasts 3 days and you are almost guarenteed sunny, if not hot, weather. Friends of mine went the first year when not enough people attended and I believe it may have lost money but the website indicates it's done well since. Tickets are £70.

When driving back to the coast...

by carolynnoble

When driving back to the coast take the tourist route to Almunecar,(the turning at suspiro del moro)
The views are amazing.But DO NOT take this route if you are scared of heights, or a nervous driver as it is scary in places.The villages on the way (Otivar,Jete) are still relatively unspoilt and a good place to stop for a drink. You will probably need one after the drive!

Of course, like most of Spain,...

by sweet-sara

Of course, like most of Spain, the towns don't really come to life until well after 20:00. One area worth visiting is the Albaicin area - an old Arabic quarter. The streets are narrow - many bars and restaurants are located in the narrow alley ways.
go into this area late afternoon and look for a tapas bar. These are bars that serve food (usually for free) with drinks. With any kind of luck you can make a meal of tapas.


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