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Best things to do in Granada
Where to eat…and Drink!
How to get to the Alhambra
Where to go hiking
Best beaches in Granada
Sierra Nevada

Best things to do in Granada

Alhambra and Generalife (general ticket 14€ https://tickets.alhambra-patronato.es/ ),  Carlos V Palace and Carmen de los Mártires. 

Plaza Nueva, Carrera del Darro and El paseo de los tristes.

Albaicín: Calle Calderería Nueva, Placeta de Carvajales, Placeta del Comino, and enjoy the best sunset from Mirador de San Nicolás or Mirador de San Miguel Alto.

Historical city centre: Cathedral, Royal Chapel and Calle oficios, Alcaicería, Plaza de la Romanilla and Plaza Bibrrambla.

Sacromonte: Vereda de en medio, Caves and Sacromonte Abbey.

Where to eat…and Drink!

Where to have a coffee, tea or some sweets, Moorish Pastries and Pancakes

Teterías or Arab Tea Houses: Ábaco Té, el Bañuelo, Baghdad

Brakfast or brunch: Mola Granada, El huerto, Café La finca

Best rooftops with views: El Camborio, El huerto del loro, El huerto de Juan Ranas.

You can also try the most popular Ice-cream in the city in Los Italianos, Try the ’casatta’ and the ice-cream cake (chocolate or coffee)


The 99% of the Bars-Restaurants in Granada offer TAPAS to their customers when they order a drink. It is included in the Price so do not worry. In some places you could chose it and some others they just offer you what they want.  These are some of our favourite’s ones:


Los Diamantes, El rincón de Rodri, La Esquinita de Javi, and near the Cathedral Bar Provincias.


Entrebrasas, La Cueva, usually serves its famous charcuterie as a tapa, and has a great MENU good value for money. (C/Pedro Antonio, 5 minutes walking from Broz)

Next to Broz:

Bar Britania, La esquinita de Triana and Casa Rafa are located in our street. Very close also: Meson el Tinglao and Bar Aliatar (really famous for its sandwiches, the most popular ones in Granada). Bar Ávila, where you can choose between many different and Delicious tapas. We recommend you to try JAMON ASADO (roast ham). In the same área you Will find Casa Mol and Casa Salvador, and close to the river Bar Rhin Barril, Garden Plaza and Casa Colon.  

San Matías Street and Realejo:

Braserito, Mentidero, Bar El Molino, Kafka wines and tapas and Papaupa.

Near the Cathedral:

Los Manueles, Bar Provincias, Bar Oliver and Rollo. Calle Elvira area: La Riviera, Bar la muralla, Babel fusion bar y Bar Minotauro.

All these places are very close! The furthest ones just 10-15 minutes walking from Broz. 

Albaicin area:

Los mascarones, el Pozo, Bar Aixa, Horno de Paquito, Casa Torcuato, El higo (vegan too) and Huerto de Juan Ranas (no tapas in the last one, but best views from the Alhambra to have dinner, or to have a drink or a coffee also)


Vegan Tapas: El ojú, El jergón and Rosario Varela.

Restaurants: Hicuri, El piano, El higo (in Albaicín), Wild Food.

OPEN BARS ON SUNDAYS: most of the tapa’s bars closes during Sundays, but these will open: Made in Italy, La telefónica, Sapore Italia, Casa Encarna and El Poderío.

Pubs & CLUBS

Calle Ganivet: La Xula, Ganivet, Mariana mon Amour, Instante, Paripé, Perragorda, Sarao and  

LIVE MUSIC: Eshavira Club(Flamenco), Chaplin, Sarao, Instante, Bohemia Jazz Café and Boogaclub. 

DISCO CLUBS: Mae West, Aliatar, Backstage and Granada 10. 

Calle Pedro Antonio (ROCK BARS): La Marisma and el Perro Andaluz (ROCK), Playmobil (INDIE).

Parking Tip

Our street and the closest ones are white zone (look for the white dashed line), which means it is free to park there. That’s why we suggest our clients to have a look around, because maybe you get free parking very close. Alhamar Street, the parallel one above our street, has a blue line and you have to pay there because, so do not forget! In case you do not find any place, or you just want to be sure of having one place at your arrival, ask us and we will give you a discount for the cheapest and closer Parking in the city (6 minutes walking from Broz).

How to get to the Alhambra

We will show you how to reach the Alhambra walking, which is the best way to go in our opinion. It will take to you about 29 minutes. It is a highly recommended and beautiful walk through the city and the Alhambra Forest, surrounded by trees and fountains, and that is why we consider it the best way to access the monument.

Go to calle San Antón, then calle Reyes Católicos and when you reach Plaza nueva, go along Cuesta de Gomérez up to the Puerta de las Granadas. Continue up to the Pilar de Carlos V, and behind it you will find Puerta de la Justicia, through which you will enter the Alhambra.

When you have finished your visit, we recommend you go down through CTA. DEL REY CHICO, and you will end up at Paseo de los Tristes, one of the most emblematic and beautiful places in the city.

Click on the link for directions:


* This access is for those who already have the ticket. If you haven’t bought your ticket yet, we recommend you to do it online or go to the ticket office a little bit further on from this entrance.

Where to go hiking

One of the most famous routes is LOS CAHORROS, Monachil. You will find waterfalls, pools and hanging bridges, and it is very easy and quick to get to (as you can get there by bus).

Go to the bus stop PASEO DE LOS BASILIOS (9 minutes’ walk from Broz), and take bus 183, and get off at the stop PLAZA DE MIRAFLORES. From here follow the signs on the trail which will show you the route. Don’t forget to bring water, sunscreen food and a swimming costume!

Best beaches in Granada

Yes, we have beaches! Here you got our favourite ones:

Beaches that can only be reached by car

Playa de la Rijana. Small cove with crystal clear water. We highly recommend going early, as it is difficult to park.

Playa de la Joya (it’s a cove, so you’ll need a car to get there, and although there is a nudist area, most people usually wear swimming suits). Then you can visit the lighthouse.

Playa de Cantarrijan. Nudist beach with crystal clear waters.

Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs. Natural Park area with waterfalls and crystal waters. The best way to discover it is renting a kayak! Limited parking so do not be late!

Beaches that you can reach by public transport (ALSA BUS)

Playa del Peñón de Salobreña. We recommend you to walk around the Old Town, visit the castle and eat in its beach bars and chiringuitos.

Playa de Almuñécar. You find a great atmosphere in the bars and chiringuitos on the beach, and you can also visit the village.

Playa de la Herradura. The best way to see it is to rent a paddle surf from Windsurf La Herradura and ride around all the little crystal-clear coves. You will find bars and beach bars.

Sierra Nevada

Only 30 km separate this white paradise from the centre of Granada. A 45-minute drive from the door of Broz Hostel. 

If you are a snow-mountain lover, you are in the right place!

You can also get there by bus from the bus station, taking the metro from the Recogidas stop, just 2 minutes from Broz (*Check timetables beforehand).


Sierra Nevada, provides sunny days for most of the year. There is no bigger pleasure than enjoying the snow under the warm Andalusian sun.

Its altitude makes it the highest ski resort in Spain, allowing the snow to be preserved until the last months of spring, despite being the most southerly resort in Europe.

If you need any information about ski passes, activities, rentals or lessons, we will be pleased to help you, and also our friends from Escuela Técnica Sierra Nevada.