Granada, Spain For adults

Our most recommended Granada, Spain For adults

Granada: Hammam Al Ándalus with Optional Massage

1. Granada: Hammam Al Ándalus with Optional Massage

Enjoy a relaxing Arabic tradition at Granada’s Hammam Al Ándalus, and experience the refreshing sensation of authentic hot, cold and warm steam rooms, fed by thermal waters. Bathing can be alternated with periods of relaxation in the relaxation room where you can sip on mint tea and unwind to soothing Andalusian music. Located at the foot of the Alhambra, behind the ancient mosque, now known as the Church of Santa Ana, Hammam Al Ándalus is dedicated to stress-free experiences. Move freely between the hot, warm and cold baths, recreating the original rhythm of an Andalusian Hammam. Top it all off in the steam room, which you can return to as often as you like between swims, and unwind in the rest room.

Granada: Flamenco Show in Albaycin - Jardines de Zoraya

2. Granada: Flamenco Show in Albaycin - Jardines de Zoraya

Experience the flamenco culture of southern Spain at an atmospheric tablao in Granada’s Albaycín neighborhood, just minutes from the San Nicolás viewpoint. Take your seats for the show, consisting of several different palos (flamenco styles), from the soleá to an alegría. Watch as 2 dancers are accompanied by a passionate flamenco singer, a guitar player, and a percussionist.

Granada: Royal Chapel, Cathedral and Monastery of San Jerón

3. Granada: Royal Chapel, Cathedral and Monastery of San Jerón

With this combined tour, you can enjoy the three most characteristic monuments of Granada linked to the Catholic Monarchs and Emperor Carlos V. Start your tour at the Plaza Bib-Rambla where you will meet your friendly guide. From here, you'll enter the Royal Chapel, built for Isabel la Católica, who is buried next to Fernando de Aragón. After discovering its splendid marble tombs and the rich collection of Flemish paintings personally owned by the queen, you will visit the Cathedral of Granada, built by Emperor Carlos V. This Cathedral was erected by the hands of the architect Diego de Siloé on the Alhama mosque, making it one of the first Renaissance works in the country. Finally, complete your experience with a visit to the splendid Monastery of San Jerónimo, built by the Catholic Monarchs to extol the military and heroic greatness of the Grand Captain, Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba. Of particular note in this building is the main altar, where Gonzalo was buried, it is truly a sight to behold.

Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

4. Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

Immerse yourself in authentic Andalusian culture with a night of traditional flamenco with this ticket for the "Zambra, La Raíz" show in Granada. Sip on a tasty wine, beer, or soft drink with the show. Have the option to choose a ticket option that incudes a Soleá or tapas dinner menu. Step into the world of flamenco and take a seat to witness one of the liveliest flamenco shows on the current scene. Hear skilled performers sing and play their hearts out. Watch intense dancers work up a sweat at they move with equal measures of passion and grace. Pick the tapas menu to add a gastronomic journey to your experience. Share starters of a slice of Spanish omelets, soaked beans from Granada, broad beans with ham from Trevélez, and chicken and ham croquettes. Savor a main course of either salmon au gratin with roast baby potatoes, or sirloin steak with Mozarabic sauce. Finish your meal off with an indulgent triple chocolate cake. Delight your senses with something from the sea when you choose the Soleá menu. Start with a prawn salad and a first course of cod with saffron Villeroy sauce and seasonal vegetables. Move on to a second course of grilled Iberian fan with chestnut sauce reduction and carrot Parmentier. End on a sweet note of turrón (similar to nougat) ice cream with caramel and toffee.

Granada: Guided Flamenco Tour

5. Granada: Guided Flamenco Tour

Embark on a guided tour through Albaicin and Sacromonte throughout which you meet local flamenco artists from Granada. Discover the origin of flamenco, the history of the flamenco percussion box, and the peculiarities of La Zambra - Granada’s gypsy dance. Enjoy a touch of music while you visit lookouts, squares, and narrow streets, which combine to form an authentic experience. Throughout your tour your group numbers will be limited, improving personal contact and cohabitation with the environment. At the conclusion of your introduction to flamenco, return to your tour starting point at the Monumento a Mario Maya.

From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

6. From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

Discover one of the region's most important wineries on a minivan tour. Savor a wine tasting paired with a selection of local tapas to end your experience with a flourish. Enjoy free time in the historic city of Ronda. Starting from Granada, begin a 2-hour journey to the Ronda Winery region. Pass through some spectacular Andalusian countryside dotted with white Andalusian villages and a stunning landscape. Stroll through the vineyards where your guide will explain to you the important task of recuperating the lost grape varieties, as well the differences of the growing conditions according to the different altitudes and soil conditions. Finish with a wine tasting accompanied by a selection of tapas. Afterward, head to the town of Ronda where you will have two hours of free time to explore the city on your own. Get stunning views of the gorge and Puente nuevo (New bridge) on the walkway that leads around from the gorge.

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What people are saying about Granada, Spain

Signed up the day before and ended up with the last available slot, 11:55pm. It was a great experience and we rolled right into bed next door at Limehome (separate online hotel reservation). There were about 5 other couples at the same time. I think the baths could have been hotter but a neat ambience experience. The massage by Juan was excellent!

Excellent meal followed by brilliant flamenco show-all very well organised by the venue. Food was really good but large portions so be warned! We even had a complimentary glass of fizz with the show-thank you!

excellent dancing. the room was small and that gave you up close seats o matter where you sat.

Very nice professional people. Nicely maintained space. Definitely a must have experience.

Was very nice. This is a must do when visiting Granada.