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3.5 Hour Private City Tour of Granada
"Enjoy Granada a city located at the foot of Sierra Nevada Mountains where four rivers meet the Beiro Darro Genil and Monachil. You will be picked up from your hotel or place of choice in Granada then taken on a private excursion that will allow you the opportunity to see the city in all it's splendor. Granada contains one of Spain’s most important monuments The Alhambra
From EUR155.00
 
Private Granada Day Trip including Alhambra and Generalife from Seville
"You will set off for Granada early in the morning so that you are able to tour the Sevillian countryside. On your journey you will pass a range of stunning villages such as that of Estepa Antequera and Loja. After seeing and experiencing much of Andalusia you will arrive in Granada. The city possesses a vast cultural and historical legacy and is presided over by the famous Alhambra palace. The Alhamabra was an Arabic palace where t do some shopping and simply relax enjoying the beauty of the city. Your guide will pick up you to take the way back to Seville and arrive before dinner.""""Visit Granada and Alhambra Palace on this private trip from Seville. Enjoy  the most important  palace-fortress of the Islamic world wedged between Granada and the Sierra Nevada mountains and take a guided tour of its attractions including the Alcazaba
From EUR569.00
 
Viator Exclusive: Priority Access to Alhambra and Generalife Gardens in Granada
"Take a trip from Granada to Alhambra Palace and get an early access with a professional guide.Get to know the story of which was Palatial City and Royal Christian House until 1870 when was declared Monument. The Alhambra and the Generalife have had g so the Palace of the Alhambra has been declared a National and Artistic Monument while the gardens formed by Generalife are declared Historical Gardens. During this tour you will get essential information about the architectural styles in Alhambra Palace like the Gate of Pomegranates The Washington Irving Monument Pillar of Charles V the Dehesa of Generalife among other important points. Discover a unique way to admire the scenery
From $69.00

More Things to Do in Salobreña

Back alley no. 1

A walk through the back alleys. We make it a habit to visit back alleys when we're abroad, they reveal a lot about the way locals go about their daily business. Or more specifically in this case, how...
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egonwegh
Jul 05, 2013

Artistic Salobrena

Artistic Salobrena, decorated tiles, stone benches ...The original Virgen del Rocio (depicted here in one of our pictures on beautiful decorated tiles) is a small carved wooden statue of the Virgin...
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egonwegh
Apr 22, 2013

Day Trip to Almunecar Aquapark

We spent a day in Almunecar Aquapark. It's only a 13 kilometre journey from Salobrena and takes around 15 mins.It's not a huge aquapark by any means, but plenty enough to keep three small people of...
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amapola66
Jul 04, 2008

Swan around looking beautiful ...

Of course, after some weeks of swimming, sunbathing, relaxing and eating good food in Salobrena...One needs to show off ones tan and dress accordingly glam for an evening out.In Salobrena, as in much...
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amapola66
Jul 04, 2008

Eat drink and be merry

The Gypsy Dancer and I took a strong liking to El Penon retsuarant on the beach. Their seafood and salads were great and they served a particularly nice white Rioja wine to wash it down with. The view...
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amapola66
Jul 04, 2008

Climb the Hill to the Pueblo

The old village of Salobrena perched on a large rock jutting out of the landscape, is a wonderful Moorish Maze of old winding streets, white painted houses built higgledy-piggledy on top of one...
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amapola66
Jul 21, 2006
 
 
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When it's hot - Do nothing!

It was August and it was hot. Although I should point out, that Salobrena does not seem to get as hot as other places along that coast thanks to a cool sea breeze, the climate was perfect.We spent day...
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amapola66
Jul 21, 2006

Dance flamenco

We saw some good flamenco this trip. Not your cheesy cabaret style, but local flamenco in relaxed surroundings. The gypsy Dancer taught the Small People a Tangos which they practised at every...
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amapola66
Jul 20, 2006

Salobrena Old Town

The old town of Salobrena is a series of small streets with whitewashed buildings. The old blends well with the new behind the whitewash and the narrow streets rise up to the old fort at the top of...
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Tayto
Jun 19, 2006

La Playa de Salobrena

The beach in Salobrena is a long shingle / pebble beach. It has plenty of bars / restuarants / pizza places along it but when we were the season hadn't started yet and many were not open. It was the...
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Tayto
Jun 18, 2006

Sugar Cane Factory

If you are in Salobrena you should go down to the old sugar cane fields beneath the Castle. They are still being cultivated today as they have been for hundreds of years, although tractors are now...
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Tayto
Jun 18, 2006

Salobrena Castle

This is an old fort built by the Moors and is perched on the rocky outcrop overlooking Salobrena. The narrow windy streets up to the castle are a challenge if you are driving and a bigger one if you...
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Tayto
Jun 18, 2006

Watch the Sunset

..over the sea.Just beautiful.There are are couple of beach restaurants ('chiriguitos' ) where you can sip a cold drink and watch the sunset...or climb the rock ('el Penon') and do the same.My...
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amapola66
May 23, 2006

Wine, Fish, Go- Carts and Bouncy Castles.

Along the promenade at Salobrena, there are alot of cafes, restaurants and bars varying from cheap and cheerful, where you can just grab a glass of wine and a racion of fried fish, to the upmarket...
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amapola66
Sep 23, 2005

Top Hotels in Salobreña

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Avenida Mediterraneo, 33, Salobrena, 18690, Spain
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Ctra Malaga -- Almeria Km 323, Salobrena, Granada Province, 18680, Spain
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C/ Jardines, 1, Salobrena, 18680, Spain
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C/ Cristo 24, Salobrena, 18680, es
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C/ Fabrica Nueva, 44 (junto el Mercado Nuevo), Salobrena, 18680, Spain
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Carretera de Malaga, Km 326, Salobrena, 18680, Spain
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"Llevo tu luz y tu olor por donde quiera que vaya"
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"Summertime...and the living is easy"
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Tayto

"Salobrena"
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"Salobrena Page"
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"Great Scenary"
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