Meet the most special quarter of Granada

On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 pm at Plaza Nueva, next to the fountain (From October 1st, at 4 pm). Check the MAP

This tour combines hiking, stories, legends and the best views of the city.
The tradition of living in caves is a mainstay of the present-day culture in Granada, places where you can feel the true nature of the city.
In this area culture swings between what the eye can see and what hides inside the mountains. All of a hill hollowed by generations that transports us to a different time, a quarter where we are showed day after day that living an alternative lifestyle can be a synonym of living life to the fullest.
The caves are without a doubt a must if you are visiting Granada; let yorself charm by the spanish guitar, the click and stamp of the flamenco dancers and the tranquility of this neighbourhood frozen in time.
This tour is perfect for lovers of photography, nature and walks outdoors.

Duration (Approximate): 2,5 hours
Difficulty level: Medium
Type of terrain: Field trails, mostly.
• Water, comfortable shoes suitable for mountain and sunscreen!
• Trolleys and wheelchairs are not suitable for this tour. 


Phone: +34 630 07 08 93

Everyone is invited to join the tours, without any commitment or cost, because that is how we ensure that the guides will give the best of themselves. Because it's you who, at the end, decide how satisfied you are.

Look for the RED UMBRELLA umbrella52 and JOIN US!

* Tours only run with 5 or more adults.
* Due to the dynamic of the free tour, groups of 9 people or more must request a Private Tour.
* There is a chance that this tour may be canceled due to bad weather conditions.

NOTE: The guides who run the free tours for Walk In Granada receive no retribution for their services. All the free tours that Walk In Granada offers are free and the guides do not receive any payment for this service. Sometimes the people who attend these tours may or may not give financial compensation (tips) as a way of appreciation. But this compensation is always voluntary and it is never required by the guides, therefore the activity is clearly NON-REMUNERATED.