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Granada, Spain
+34 958 12 11 83
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Granada, Spain
Realejo - San Matias
+34 958 12 11 83
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked to Sacromonte and had a lovely day, an easy walk and a very pleasant escape from the city and we were surprised at how quickly we out into open countryside. There are some of the best uninterrupted views of Alhambra and plenty of...More

Thank debcox
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The views of Alhambra and the city were really nice. I enjoyed the walk up the hill and the historical aspects of the walk. The caves were nice - you will get some insight on how the gypsies now live in their cave homes, and...More

Thank Zakizakizaki
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

i suppose this area was full of paupers, living in caves and just about managing (teresa may) interesting to see, and fantastic views of Malaga and the Alhambra

Thank garyje
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had tickets for a flamenco show in Sacromonte, but didn't know that the location would be just as amazing as the flamenco. Picturesque whitewashed buildings clinging to rocky cliffs and surrounded by flowering bushes, and cacti. There are tiny bars and cafes, many with...More

Thank jennabazner
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went here on a rainy day by bus. Make sure you visit the Cave Museum it is so worth it! Rain didn't even disturb me. Felt peace and quiet even it is a tourist place. Very recommendable! Would return if i ever visit Granada again...More

Thank KimCanaria
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Used C2 bus to get to the museum. This ran from Gran Via Colon every 20 minutes or so. Steep climb up steps and path to museum - watch out for cars! Museum was very well laid out with 11 caves in different formats. Also...More

Thank nigeg00d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We planned to spend a lot of time here, but ultimately only needed about an hour to walk around. A bit slammed with tourists.

Thank Jessica A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The walk up Sacramento gave me some insight the how people live in caves as the gypsies do. A hike up the hilly terrain at a slow pace will suit most people who are reasonably healthy. I wouldn't recommend this if you have trouble going...More

Thank SherylFrances
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you have more than a day Albacin and Sacromonte should be in your list. It is very easy to go with a bus or you can walk your way up there. Make sure to see the gypsy cave museum which was one of our...More

Thank S G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Can you imagine living in cave houses? Learn the history of the Gypsies and their coming to Spain with the Catholic reconquest of Iberia. Take you time to walk through the winding alleys and road, and take in the view of the Alhambra across the...More

Thank Wu7wah
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Aina F
se puede subir en coche hasta el mirador de san miguel alto?
7 November 2016|
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Response from JoaquimRV | Reviewed this property |
Nosotros lo hicimos en taxi y es barato. Hay calles por donde solo dejan pasar vehículos de servicio público.
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Aina F
hay que pagar?
7 November 2016|
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Response from Manuel M | Reviewed this property |
Es un barrio típico de Granada, espacio abierto, hasta ahí no ha llegado la privatización, por lo que no hay que pagar por pasear por él.
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en las horas de la noche hasta que horas se puede visitar esta zona de Sacromonte???
11 April 2016|
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