Granada Tours from Costa del Sol
Granada, a multicultural and energetic city at the base of the Sierra Nevada, is home to two of Spain’s best-known UNESCO World Heritage sites: the gardens of the Generalife and the Moorish Alhambra palace. Here’s what you need to know about visiting Granada from the Costa del Sol.
Marvel at the Moorish architecture of the Alhambra palace.
Learn about the 1,000-year history of Granada, including Moorish occupation from the eighth to 11th centuries.
Stroll through the gardens of Generalife, once the summer palace for the Moorish sultan.
Explore the streets of Central Granada with plenty of free time for a meal at one of the many tapas bars.
Things to Know
Day trips to Granada from Málaga or Marbella last anywhere from seven to 10 hours, depending on the option chosen.
Granada is located 78 miles (126 kilometers) from Málaga and 111 miles (179 kilometers) from Marbella on the Costa del Sol.
Tickets to the Alhambra can sell out early, so book your day trip ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
Most tours include pickup and drop-off from hotels on the Costa del Sol.