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From where we ride

Granada: a natural playground

The daunting yet majestic peaks of the Sierra Nevadas and their pleated foothills,

Granada: a natural playground

the lonely, undulating valley terrain to the south and the Mediterranean beaches just beyond,

Granada: a natural playground

or the protected, natural parks that dapple the province all serve to elevate Granada’s distinction for untouched beauty,

Granada: a natural playground

but its secret appeal to outdoor enthusiasts is how easily this natural playground can be reached from the city’s center.

Granada: it's an experience

The city itself is home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Alhambra and the Albaycín,

Granada: it's an experience

whose expensively landscaped grounds and labyrinthine streets tempt you to wander into Granada’s rich history.

Granada: it's an experience

Thanks to both medieval and modern urban planners, much of the downtown area is either reserved for pedestrians or restricted to authorized vehicles,

Granada: it's an experience

which makes Granada a lively city to be enjoyed at your own carefree (and car-free) pace.

Getting here

Airports

Granada, 19km/12mi

Mostly domestic flights + some direct flights between France, Italy, and the UK Website

Málaga, 138km/86mi

International airport with direct flights between Africa, the Middle East, North America, and all over Europe Website

Madrid, 426km/265mi

Major international airport with connections from all over the world Website

Barcelona, 872km/542mi

Major international airport with connections from all over the world Website

Public transportation

Bus

Historically speaking, bus has been the way to go since Granada has been so underserved by air and train. ALSA is the national bus system and offers abundant service to Granada. There is an extra charge to bring your bike, which ideally should be boxed or in a carrier. Visit www.alsa.es to book tickets (advance purchase is recommended during peak times)

Train

The arrival of high-speed train to Granada has yet to become a reality — the latest update (Dec. 2017) is that the route is being tested for safety.