Day trip to the Alpujarra

The Alpujarra is a region of Granada where you can find one of the most important cultural legacies of Spain. In addition, you can enjoy there a great offer of activities such as climbing, mountaineering, canoeing, horseback riding, etc.

Day trip to the Costa Tropical

Enjoy the Mediterranean climate with the excursion to the Costa Tropical, made up of numerous cliffs, coves and magnificent beaches. The Costa Tropical is ideal for sports such as windsurfing, surfing, scuba diving, fishing, sailing, water skiing, golf, tennis, squash, etc.


Flamenco classes

One of the main attractions of Granada is the Flamenco, so we invite you to enjoy our culture by learning to dance Flamenco.

Schedules adapted to your needs.

Ski & Trekking in Sierra Nevada

If you are a snow lover, Granada offers the possibility to enjoy it during the ski season in Sierra Nevada. Also, during the summer season you can do countless activities in the mountains, such as hiking or trekking.

Canoeing / Climbing

For the most adventurous people, Granada has unique places for taking part in activities such as canoeing or climbing.


Visit to Parque de las Ciencias (Science Museum)

Parque de las Ciencias is an interactive museum of over 70.000 m2 . Located a few short minutes on foot from the historic city centre of Granada, it has one of the most varied offers for cultural and scientific leisure in Europe.

Foucault´s Pendulum Building

Natural Spaces Pavilion


  • Pavilion to Journey into the Human Body.
  • Al-Andalus Science Pavilion.
  • The Prevention Culture Pavilion.
  • The Techno-Forum Pavilion.
  • The Museum Atticís Exploration Hall.


The museum opens itself to the great outdoors with its Botanical Routes, Astronomy Garden, Astronomical Observatory, Mental Gymnastics Marquee, dynamic sculptures, Energies Zone, exhibitions on mechanics and perception and other open air games.
  • Observation Tower.
  • Tropical Butterfly Garden.
  • The Flying Predators Workshop.

Temporary Exhibitions

Visit to the Alhambra & Generalife

The Alhambra has been one of the most fascinating monumental complexes in the world since its construction began in 1238. Nature and architecture exist side by side in serene and sacred harmony. The Alhambra was a palace, citadel and fortress, the residence of the Moorish Sultans, high dignitaries, members of the court and elite soldiers. In fact, the monument is divided into four different areas, all situated in a surrounding area of forests, gardens and orchards.

Visit to the historic district (Cathedral and Royal Chapel)

The Cathedral is located almost at the exact center of the city, making it the perfect point to start a walk around the heart of Granada.

Another monument in Granada that is a must is the Royal Chapel. It was erected by order of the Catholic Monarchs, Fernando and Isabella, to hold their tombs.

Plaza Nueva is the starting point of what is undoubtedly the most picturesque and photographed street in the city, the Carrera del Darro. When the sun goes down, it becomes one of the most romantic spots in Andalucía, lined on both sides of the river with palaces, churches, convents and charming little hotels. The route can be as long or as short as you like and leads you to the Paseo de los Tristes, which offers a fantastic view of the Alhambra that is elegantly lit up at night.

Visit to the Albayzín neighbourhood and Sacromonte

Declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1994, the labyrinthine Albaicín neighborhood is one of the oldest districts in Europe, and is also almost a self-contained town in itself, whose popular, intimate and welcoming character has been preserved for over a thousand years.

One of the most popular viewpoints that you really cannot miss, and one where you will definitely want to stop for awhile, is the Mirador de San Nicolás, next to the square and church of the same name. At all hours of the day or night you can see people absorbed in the view, with the Alhambra in front, the neighborhood roofs below and the city in the background.

Adjoining the Albaicín we come to a district that, for many, is the true emblematic neighborhood of Granada, and definitely the most secret and enigmatic: the Sacromonte. If you walk up to the Sacromonte by day, you will be able to enjoy a lovely view of Granada, with the Alhambra as the backdrop. At night, the Sacromonte becomes the heart of Granada’s flamenco scene: there are organized shows every day, and if you are lucky, you can find spontaneous displays in the local bars and terraces.

Other activities

Theatre, museums, karts…