This tour is perfect for lovers of photography, nature and walks outdoors.
In the past, the neighborhood of the marginalized. When the Catholic Monarchs conquered Granada in 1492, all kinds of communities began to congregate outside the city walls: Muslims, gypsies, former slaves of Africa… a picturesque mixture that formed the Sacromonte that we know today and left us an important heritage such as flamenco.
Explore this area and learn to interpret its culture for 2 and a half hours with the help of an expert guide.
|Amount of people||Price per group|
|1 to 2 people||120 €|
|3 to 5 people||140 €|
|6 to 10 people||160 €|
|11 to 20 people||185 €|
|21 to 30 people||205 €|
*Prices with VAT included
**Free for children under 12 years old
Check out the calendar on the right and select the day and time that suits you best.
Remember, if you have any questions before hiring the private tour or if the day you wish to make the tour is not available, you can contact us at any time through [email protected].
And if you want a more specific tour, with the entrance to a monument of your interest or the language of your preference, you can make the request through our Customized Tours page.
Sacromonte Private Tour does not include any Flamenco show during the tour.
In case you are interested in booking it, you can easily do it from our website.
What they say about us:
Sacromonte with Nacho
If you want to explore a side of Granada that is away from the tourist center, take this fascinating walk up into the hills where the Gypsies live. Nacho, our tour guide, was excellent and I would highly recommend asking for him. He combines a great historic perspective with respect for the Gypsies along with some humor that helps frame their struggles. The tour ends with a spectacular view of the Alhambra and City.
Pedro is Awesome!
This was a FANTASTIC use of our time, and I highly recommend it to anyone visiting Granada. Our guide – Pedro – took us through the Sacromonte neighborhood and gave us some great insight into the the history, culture, and showed us some fantastic views of the city. Honestly, I enjoyed this better than the Alhambra even.
Note to anyone interested – going to Sacromonte is definitely a hike, so make sure you are up for the physical challenge of it. It isn’t too much, but know what you are signing up for. The guides do a great job of making this known before the tour as well.