Sol Los Fenicios

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo Maritimo Andres Segovia S/N, Almunecar, La Herradura, Granada Province, 18697, Spain
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 56% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by AnnPeter


Is it possible to get direct flights from Granada to Heathrow? If yes, does anyone know who the carriers are?


Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by stevemt

your best bet may well be flying Iberia via Madrid, or flying Spanair via Barcelona

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by leics

Look at

It will give you carriers and (usually) fares for your route/dates.

But I'm afraid there are no direct flights from Heathrow. Try another London airport.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by hawkhead

British Airways fly London Heathrow to Granada

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by nhoolb

No direct (non-stop) flights Granada-London Heathrow.

British Airways interlines with Iberia via Madrid.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by hawkhead

Yes, right you are! You would probably find a cheaper flight out of Malaga than going through Madrid - at least, that has been my experience.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by KakapoTheParrot

We did this earlier year and ended up flying to Malaga. At least that way we had a choice of which airline to use. We used Monarch, which turned out to be a terrible choice and an awful learning experience, but that wasn't Malaga's fault.

The connection to the city by train from Malaga airport is fine and then there are either buses or trains from there. In fact we drove. The road along the coast, then north is amazing, one of the most impressive bits of civil engineering you'll see.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by SallyM

I flew Iberia via Madrid, which was fine. I think the alternative at the time was with Ryanair from a different UK airport but apart from the fact that it was Ryanair, the flight times were less convenient.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by KakapoTheParrot

Ryanair fell out with the authorities in Granada earlier this year. You can read all about it in the Spanish, English language news sites - sometime around May 2010.. It seemed to come down to how much money the local authorities wwere prepared to pay Ryanair to fly there.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by puerto_lover

The Spanish airline VUELING has a regular flight from Heathrow to Seville. Nice airline and maybe if you can travel via Seville it is an option. About 3 hours by train or bus from Seville to Granada. Of course Malaga airport is slightly closer but only transport connection is the bus from Malaga city. See

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by Mozumbus

as suggested by puerto_lover above, Vueling from Seville looks most optimum to me...

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by qzaman

I agree with Hawkhead about Malaga.

We were in Granada from Sep 9 till Sep 12th and were supposed to go to Barcelona from there. The choices from Granada, however, were limited. So we decided to take a bus to Malaga, spend a night in Malaga, then take a flight to Barcelona.

Compared to Granada, Malaga is a very large airport serviced by a lot of airlines and choices of flights and flight times are numerous.

Also the fare from Granada would be lot expensive than the fare from malaga.

Bus fare from Granada to Malaga is just Euro 10.

Have a safe journey.

Re: Flights from Granada to Heathrow

by qzaman

The travel time by bus from Granada to Malaga is only 90 minutes.

Travel Tips for Granada

Audio Tour at the Alhambra

by karenincalifornia

I highly recommend the audio tour at the Alhambra. It is very informative and the best part was the Moorish background music. It really made me feel I was in a sultan's palace and I would expect to see the sultan and his harem around the next corner.

These audio devices do not have headsets, so you have to hold them to your ear like a telephone. I would find that most irritating, since I don't like holding a phone to my ear for any length of time. Fortunately, my daughter had her iPod with her, and offered her earbuds to me. They plugged right into the audio device and not only did I not have to hold that thing to my ear, I had a much better audio quality.

Bring your earbuds or Bose Quietcomforts along.

Albaycin and other views from Alhambra

by Martin_S.

The Alhambra sitting on its high ground with only the area of Albaycin being higher is an ideal platform for photos. The first photo shows the church and courtyard where we were able the day before to take photos of the Alhambra during the day and later after nightfall with the lights illuminating its walls. The Albaycin is laid out before you when viewed from the Alhambra, but when you are within its streets it is a curving warren of small nooks and crannies leading you up and down the slopes of the hills.

Human Statues

by Carmela71

Around cathedral area you will find many human statues waiting for their tip to move. Big groups are normally their victims lol..

While we were there this guy had scared a bunch of students lol moving suddenly

Bario Sacromonte. It is...

by si04530

Bario Sacromonte. It is tucked away in a corner of Granada but the views from the top are incredible. I would suggest taking the bus to the top and then walking down ... although that is no mean feat as it is steep.

American escapades in Spain!

by profuselycool about Dolce Vita

Dolce Vita is a curious little bar located off of Plaza Nuevo and winds into the Albaicin. It's basically a straight-up American bar with a lot of flavor. There's always music cranking, and the bartenders are normally college students that are attending the local university. Our group (and most others we'd bump into) would frequent dolce almost every night. It's a lot of fun and a good place to meet up with friends and other students to plan out the rest of your night. Go from 11pm-1am and then relocate! Also, its about a 45 second walk from Granada 10- I think on Tuesdays there is a great drink special in Dolce that converts into free admittance at Granada 10. whatever you like


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 Sol Los Fenicios

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Sol Melia La Herradura

Address: Paseo Maritimo Andres Segovia S/N, Almunecar, La Herradura, Granada Province, 18697, Spain