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This is definitely THE place for views of the Alhambra, especially at dusk. There were lots of people there, and you'l have to do a bit of jostling to get to the front for your photo. There are a few bars and restaurants nearby if...More
The views across to the Alhambra are superb. It was very busy, a lot of people hang out here, and there is a buzz here from the various buskers trying to make a dollar. plus you have the restaurants and lanes of the Albaizin around...More
We walked, an easy climb of 20 minutes if you are in a reasonably fit. It was interesting to walk on those narrow roads sandwiched between ancient houses kept in good condition.
The view was spectacular.
Only problem was the place was teeming with tourists...More
Basically a 10-15 minute steep winding climb up from the Plaza Nueva which avoided the need for further exercise that day! Basically a viewing platform that looks across the valley at the Alhambra. View is amazing and well worth the effort. The church there was...More
The views over la Alhambra from this mirador are awsome. However, the "chipie-hippie" people around selling "chippie-hippie" bracelets with "hippie-chippie" melodies totally dimms off the magic of this historical place. A much nicer option for good views over La Alhambra is El Sacromonte district, where...More
After a lovely uphill walk through quaint cobbled streets, I made it to the lookout point and was not disappointed by the spectacular view over the city and, more importantly, the amazing view of the Alhambra. This was really a must.
Worth the uphill walk to get here.The panoramic view of the Alhambra and Granada are stunning, especially around sunset. There is also a nice little bar just below the lookout with a panoramic patio from which to usher in the sunset with a glass of...More