Hello, granada

The impressive, enchanting shadow of the Alhambra casts a magical spell upon all those who pass through Granada. A city of legends, of travellers and pirates — lore comes to life in the warren of the Albayzin, and in the inescapable presence of the ancient Moorish castle, the famous Alhambra. The Sierra Nevada Mountains provide an impressive backdrop and add to the enchanting feel of this mysterious place.


Restaurants to visit

Spanish tomato soup

Pilar Del Toro

Pilar Del Toro is situated in an authentic 17th-century Andalusian house, featuring a charming interior patio. Here you can try exquisite regional Spanish dishes with a wide selection of meat and fish.

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Venta El Gallo restaurant

Venta El Gallo

Venta El Gallo serves excellent Andalusian dishes in an authentic cave in the Sacramonte. The outdoor patio provides a magical view of the Alhambra. Here you can enjoy post-dinner flamenco shows several nights per week.

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Restaurante Ruta del Azafrán

Restaurante Ruta del Azafrán offers traditional Spanish cuisine with a sophisticated, cosmopolitan flair. The lovely outdoor terrace provides stunning, romantic views of the Alhambra.

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Cacho & Pepe

If you’re looking for a savoury lasagna or home-made Italian pasta in Spain, Cacho & Pepe is your place. The rustic interior with a modern twist welcomes you to a full menu of eggplant, pizza and rice dishes. There is a choice of vegetarian dishes and if you’re still going after the main course, try their Tiramisu or Stratiatelle deserts.

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Partial view of the Alhambra from the restaurant " Mirador de Morayma"

Mirador de Morayma

Located in the Moorish quarter and in walking distance from Alhambra lies this lovely Spanish Restaurant. Mirador de Morayama offers you a great setting in an urban house with a stunning view of the city. Within you will get traditional cuisine from the south of Spain along with great wine from the region. Try the refreshing Salmorejo, a special tomato soup served cold, and why not have the tasting menu to share with some friends?

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tomato salad

Casa Juanillo

Casa Juanillo has been around since 1977 and has a dedicated crowd of regulars. Not only locals but also visitors from all over the world are welcome and will be happy to find fresh specialities from the region. Try the Spanish ratatouille served in terracotta and enjoy the view of the Alhambra from your seat.

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