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Half-Day Private City Tour of Marbella and Puerto Banús
"You will be picked up from your hotel or place of your choice and taken on this private excursion of Marbella and Puerto Banús. You will then be able to enjoy and admire the great architecture and sights of Marbella and Puerto Banus as well as most important and well-known monuments. The itinerary will be organized to suit your needs.Some of the monuments sights and activities:Old Town (Barrio Alto and Barrio Nuevo) Plaza de los Naranjos Chapel of St. John of God - Marbella Royal Hospital of Mercy Historic extension (botanic garden) Marbella’s Golde much more... Your private official tour guide and private luxury vehicle with chauffeur are at your disposal during the tour to help you enjoy the areas to the fullest and to get the most out of your experience in Marbella and Puerto Banús. your guide and vehicle will take you back to your hotel or your place of choice."""Enjoy this completely personalized private 4-hour tour of Marbella and Puerto Banús and explore the most iconic monuments and sights. Get to know these areas with your own private official tour guide and private vehicle with chauffeur. The visited sites o
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Granada Segway Tour to Albaicin and Sacromonte
"After gathering at a meeting point you can head-out on your Segway to explore the Granada districts of Albaicín and Sacromonte two of the most colorful enchanting and historical neighborhoods in the city. Ride around the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Albaicín on your Segway and visit all of its hidden places including the Palace of Dar al-Horra Paseo de los Tristes San Nicholas Viewpoint and Cuesta del Chapiz.Afterward
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Granada Flamenco Show in Albaicin with Optional Dinner
"Make your own way to Sacromonte a charming neighborhood that was originally built and lived in by Spanish gypsies. Famous for its inhabited caves that are carved out of the soft slopes of Cerro de San Miguel Sacromonte is at the heart of Granada’s flamenco heritage with the caves having served as popular places for the community to dance and socialize since the 19th century.On arrival head for El Templo del Flamenco a popular cave venue that is dedicated to zambra a kind of gypsy flamenco that originated in Granada. Loosely translated as ‘party’ in Arabic
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Sierra Nevada Tips (12)

Sun and Snow

In summer the heat brings Africa to the Muslim relic of Alhambra.

In winter the snow gathers thousands of sportsmen from Spain and Portugal. All year, Granada is a strong attraction, where the sounds and sights of Spain are present in every square and narrow street.

Skying in Sierra Nevada, and, in less than one hour, to descend to the hot lively town is a good experience. That, and the fact of its proximity to Portugal, make Sierra Nevada the favorite winter station for Portuguese.

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solopes
Jun 22, 2014

Sierra Nevada - how to get there

You can do a day trip to Sierra Nevada.

Take Bus 3 or 33 to the Estacion de Autobus (around 20 minutes ride from Gran Via de Colon).

Bus departs Granada at 0800, 1000 and 1700 (extra trip on weekends: 1300)
Bus departs Sierra Nevada at 0900, 1100 and 1830 (extra trip on weekends: 1500).

Euro 9 for - return (2-way) fare.

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swiftfoot
Nov 11, 2011

A day in the Alpujarras

If you want a break from the heat and the crush of Granada, it's easy to get a bus up into the Alpujarras (to Bubion, say, or Capileira) for the day. I started off in the late morning, had lunch up there, and arrived back easily in time for supper. The buses are modern and comfortable and the journey up the winding road into the mountains is beautiful.

You leave from the central bus station. Times at: http://www.alsa.es/portal/site/Alsa

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ELear
Apr 30, 2010

hiking in the sierra nevada

there is a good leaflet available from the ayuntamiento of guejar sierra about hiking opportnities in the area. i also found the website www.guejar.com helpful for info about this area. The main hiking route that is a short walk from town is known as the Vereda de la Estrella but from here there are many variations and more difficult walks into the higher sierra. Afterwards there are also plenty of great restaurants to eat at.

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Aug 21, 2006
 
 
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Up for some skiing?

Granada is located in such a place that it can offer both summer & winter pursuits at the same time.

For the winter pursuits, you need to head of the Sierra Nevada, and Granada offers views of this range to whet your appetite.

Be warned, it is an arduous drive to reach there though!

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Durfun
Jun 19, 2006

Climb Every Mountain - Granada Style

The Sierra Nevada. My favorite place on this earth! Take a sandwich and some water and walk, wander, skip, sit, gaze, lie down, admire, become awestruck, and fall in love with these beautiful mountains. Don't forget to breathe deeply. The scents are powerful.
It's perfection. There is a bus which leaves from Granada. The route changes sometimes; I'm not up-to-date on the schedule. You can spend several hours.

See my travelogue for more photos of the views!

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TempNomad
Aug 01, 2005

Sierra Nevada

This is a picture of Sierra Nevada taken from La Alcazaba in Alhambra.It is located just 22 miles away from the city of Granada and if you like winter sports,this is your place!.If you have time enough during your visit to Granada,don't hesitate and go to Sierra Nevada.

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Hosell
Sep 09, 2004

Sierra Nevada and Alpujarras

The peaks of the Sierra Nevada are covered with snow during a large part of the year. It is also a great area for skiing. When we came here in October, there was no snow left and the area looked rather unattractive and desolate to me.

the southern part of the Sierra Nevada, which is called Alpujarras, was actually nicer during that time of the year. Very green nature and some nice small mountain villages. This is also the area where Serrano ham comes from. However, it is rather a long drive when staying in Granada.

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May 13, 2004

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"My Granada"
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"Much More Than The Alhambra"
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"And How to fall in love with a city...."
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snowboarding in sierra nevada

It was my first time, with a group of friends that are already very familiar with the mountain and with snowboarding... so they took me to some very cool places. Snowboarding it's not that dificult (at least the the basic) and you get fantastic views from the top of the moutain. One cool thing is that as you get better at the sport, you can go to higher places... one day i'll see the sea :)
The snow sports season starts in December and ends in the end of April.

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ginguba
May 06, 2003

When you're in Granada you...

When you're in Granada you must take the bus to the Sierra Nevada.
A return ticket costs about $10. You'll get dropped in the mountains and picked up in the afternoon at the same spot. It's just amazing walking around and you feel soo tiny between those enormous Mountains!

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Esther75
Sep 12, 2002

Sierra Nevada

This is a mountain range near Granada. It's a somewhat different skiing area, because you can take a small ride and you'll be in lovely weather again

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didgeridorien
Mar 24, 2007

Granada07

The SIERRA NEVADA, the highest mountain range in Spain. It is a region of great natural beauty. The peaks of the Sierra Nevada are covered with snow most of the year (a great ski area !).

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patrikske
Aug 02, 2003

Things to Do Near Granada

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Mirador de San Nicolas

Well, there were lots of interesting people around when I visited the mirador (viewpoint) of San Nicholas on a bright, sunny February afternoon. I've not seen so many dreadlocks nor so many...
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Albaicin

Facing each other, as two "twin sisters", the hills of Alhambra and Albaicin are the heart of Granada. You may either climb to the "poor" Albaicin and enjoy the large sights over the town, with the...
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Iglesia de Santa Ana

As you walk through the Plaza Nueva you will come on a beautiful old church. It is known as Iglesia de San Gil y Santa Ana. The church was constructed beginning in 1501 on the former site of an...
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Casa de los Tiros

This beautiful historic house was created in the mid sixteenth century by Gil Vazques Rengifo, after the conquest of Granada he bought a number of connected houses and remodelled them into one...
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Alhambra

It really, really is worthwhile buying these tickets online in advance. At least you will be absolutely certain you can visit on the day you choose, and can get a slot for the Nasrid Palaces (visiting...
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Sacromonte

From the 15. century until recently gipsies where living there in caves. in 1962 after some heavy flooding Franco removed them Visit the gipsy caves at Sacromonte. From the 15. century until recently...
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