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Nerja: Cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo Boat Trip

1. Nerja: Cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo Boat Trip

Set sail to explore the Cliffs of Maro-Cerro, one of the wildest areas on the Costa del Sol where the beaches and coves have crystal clear waters. On the way, stop to snorkel, see the Balcón de Europa, and finally admire the Maro Waterfall. At this last stop, hop on a kayak or standup paddleboard to reach the waterfall and bathe in the shallow area. As well as the natural scenery, enjoy the GoPro photos and videos included in the price.

Sierra Nevada Small Group E-Bike Tour

2. Sierra Nevada Small Group E-Bike Tour

Reconnect with nature on an amazing e-bike tour of the Sierra Nevada National Park, and get stunning views of the surrounding landscape from the 2nd highest mountain range in Europe. Marvel at the lofty peaks of Mulhacén, towering 3,482 meters above sea level. Look for local wildlife, including the incredible mountain goats that make the rugged landscape their home. Put on the provided helmet and make yourself comfortable on the high-quality bikes. Then, cycle downhill through the rocky crags and feel the adrenaline pump through your blood. Ride at your own pace under the careful supervision of your guide, and get a better appreciation of the beauty of the mountains and ancient forest. Pedal through some of the famous white villages to experience a slice of local life.

Nerja: Río Verde Canyoning Tour with Photos

3. Nerja: Río Verde Canyoning Tour with Photos

Meet your friendly crew in Nerja, then head off on the 1 hour journey to Río Verde. Upon arrival, enjoy a scenic 1 hour hike along the river bank to reach one of Andalusia’s most impressive ravines. Arrive at the Y Waterfall, and get kitted out with all the necessary safety equipment. Listen to your instructor's tips and recommendations, then start your descent. Spend an unforgettable and leisurely 3 hours canyoning down the ravine. The descent includes some jumps (optional) and 2 thrilling rappels. Change out of your kit after, and enjoy your snack before returning to Nerja.

Alpujarra Experience: Historical Mountain Villages

4. Alpujarra Experience: Historical Mountain Villages

Discover one of Europe's richest botanical enclaves, through picturesque villages and a breathtaking mountain landscape. La Alpujarra is an extensive valley running across the southern foothills of the Sierra Nevada and the mountains of the Contraviesa Lújar, the Mediterranean coast and the Sierra de Gador. White buildings pepper the rugged terrain, matching the snow-capped peaks down amid the lush foliage. The first stop is the 19th-century town of Lanjarón, where you'll follow the flowing waters to Orgiva, the crossroads of the region and capital of La Alpujarra. From here continue through the magical towns of Caratuñas, Pampaneira, Pitres and Trevélez, the highest village in Spain, famous for its exquisite Iberian hams. Then, drive into the heart of the charming and picturesque villages of Bubion and Capileira, where you'll enjoy breathtaking views and a traditional lunch if you choose this option.

Granada and Costa Tropical: Luxury Catamaran Trip with Lunch

5. Granada and Costa Tropical: Luxury Catamaran Trip with Lunch

You will meet in Granada city near the football stadium (metro stop) and drive down the valley for 45 minutes to the coast. After a quick safety briefing and a welcome glass of cava, the boat will from Marina del Este. From the comfort of the catamaran you will be able to see Almunecar, La Herradura, Cerro Gordo, Punta de La Mona, The Natural Park, Cantarrrijan as well as a number of historical watch towers dotted along this coastline, and get a great view of the Sierra Nevada mountains, all from the unique perspective of looking at them from out at sea. After an hour to an hour and a half sailing along the beautiful coastline, the boat will settle in a beautiful secluded spot (there are so many along this coastline!) to drop the anchor for a swim or a snorkel (masks and snorkels provided). The boat also has a kayak and two SUP paddle-boards for you to try out if you wish. While you enjoy the ocean, the crew will be rustling up a delicious buffet lunch with something for everyone, and a variety of dietary requirements catered for. After lunch, the boat will start to head back towards the marina, and hopefully spot some dolphins on the way. The catamaran, a Lagoon 380, is very spacious, stable, and safe, and boasts a great trampoline at the front of the boat between the hulls which the dolphins just love to swim underneath, giving the perfect view of these wonderful creatures completely in their natural habitat. And, all drinks on board (cava, beer, wines, soft drinks, water) are included too! A totally unique experience, and one which you will NEVER forget. At 6pm the crew will drive you back to the centre of Granada, arriving at 7pm.

Sierra Nevada Spain Hiking

6. Sierra Nevada Spain Hiking

After being collected from your accommodation in Granada, you will be driven to 2,500 meters above sea level to the top of the Sierra Nevada Road. From here you will head to the most beautiful glacier valley of Sierra Nevada, San Juan Valley. Here you will learn how the ice has been excavating the rocks throughout thousand of years. You will also encounter beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and shiny rocks, as well as wildlife such as mountain goats, eagles, birds migrating from Africa, and insects and plants that only exist here. This is an easy but beautiful hike, off the beaten path. Your guides know the best secret spots in Sierra Nevada after more than 30 years hiking here. Your tour will eventually conclude in a beautiful panoramic restaurant, where you will enjoy a refreshing drink.

From Granada: Day Trip to Trevélez with Ham Factory

7. From Granada: Day Trip to Trevélez with Ham Factory

Embark on a full-day trip to Trevélez, the highest town in the Alpujarras, and discover the ham curing process with a tour and tasting inside a factory. Have lunch at an Alpujarran restaurant before visiting the village of Pampaneira. Start with a pickup in downtown Granada and a drive towards Lanjarón. First, stop at the historic Nasrid Bridge of Tablate to gain an understanding of the relationship between the Moriscos and Alpujarra. Next, find a unique viewpoint from where you can contemplate the Poqueira Valley, the Guadalfeo Valley, and the Sierra Nevada while taking memorable photos. Sample the mineral-rich fresh cold water from the Fuente Agria Spring. Admire the stunning Chorrerón waterfalls before discovering the ham curing process inside a factory in Trevélez followed by a tasting. Experience the traditional gastronomy and an Alpujarran lunch. On the way back to Granada, pass through impressive landscapes and visit Pampaneira.

From Granada: Rio Verde Canyoning Tour

8. From Granada: Rio Verde Canyoning Tour

Depart Granada and journey by air-conditioned bus to the beautiful Rio Verde canyon in the Sierra de Almijara. Take part in a thrilling canyoning activity suitable for all ages. Get a safety briefing on arrival and collect the necessary gear to work your way through the canyon with the help of an experienced guide. Rappel from rocks up to 15 meters high and get an adrenaline rush as you take optional jumps from rocks and slide across the river bed. Cool down with a swim in the emerald green water and appreciate the natural beauty of your surroundings from a fresh perspective. Reach the end point after approximately 3.5 hours and enjoy a well-earned rest and snacks before the drive back to Granada.

From Málaga: El Saltillo Gorge and White Village Hiking Tour

9. From Málaga: El Saltillo Gorge and White Village Hiking Tour

Trek through the breathtaking paths of the El Saltillo gorge on this hiking tour from Málaga. Meet your guide at the meeting point in Málaga, located near the famous Atarazanas market, and hop in the van that will take you straight to the starting point of your hike, the white village of Canillas del Aceituno. Hike through the streets of the village, admiring the incredible white architecture along the way. Follow the Arab irrigation canal past the gorge of the Almanchares River and into the heart of the Sierra Alhama Natural Park. Throughout your hike, learn more about the park's geology, wildlife, and plants from your local guide. At the river, stop for a picnic and a swim in the crystal-clear waters before beginning your descent. On the way back, get up close and personal with the park's native goats and enjoy breathtaking views of the sunset over the mountains.

Tropical Coast and Caves of Nerja Day Tour from Granada

10. Tropical Coast and Caves of Nerja Day Tour from Granada

The Costa Tropical boasts 320 days of sunshine a year along with dozens of beaches and coves and traditional towns overlooking the sea. Enjoy a full day soaking up the pleasant atmosphere as you visit the towns along the coast of Granada, such as Salobreña, perched on a hill and home to an old Moorish castle. Stop in historic Almuñecar, founded by the Phoenicians around 1000 B.C. and enjoy a walk in Majuelo Park and a visit to San Miguel Castle. You’ll have lunch in Almuñecar and in the afternoon depart for Nerja, a town in the province of Malaga, to visit the Nerja Caves, an archeological site that’s part of the Spanish Historical Heritage. Marvel at the stalactite and stalagmite formation of this natural spectacle.

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What people are saying about Province of Granada

Jaime (leader) was a true delight. He brought his dog, Kai, along and he helped give us extra energy! The route is considered easy, but for us Americans, it was more than we’re used to at times for a hike. Jaime motivated us to slow down if needed or explore if we were able. Make sure you have adequate hiking shoes or you could be in a lot of unnecessary pain. Small snacks and water are a good idea for along the way. I have a fear of heights, but Jaime walked me through getting past certain parts that were “scary” for me. The views are incomparable! I am proud of myself for getting to the top (and coming back down-ha!). HIGHLY recommend Jaime and this hike to anyone who wants to enjoy the tranquility of the mountains while pushing your limits.

Favorite thing we did in Granada. Exactly what we were looking for. Bikes were in excellent condition and our guides provided any assistance needed (their bike overview was very brief so if it's your first time riding an e-bike you want to make sure you understand how they work before taking off). While the guides go at a leisure pace and will go slower if the group needs, the trip does require some endurance to manage the ~55km ride. we were all sore the next day.

Very nice and expirenced tour guide. Lots of variety with tall jumps and small one. The grappling is extremely safe and you are all being watched and told what to do by the tour guide. The jumps are optional which is good for the people who aren't the best swimmers. The walk up the mountain is beautiful and there is lots of amazing views. The water is clear and clean and the wetsuits are very good. 10/10

We are still talking about the amazing experience our family had doing this e-bike excursion. Jose (driver) and Maria (guide) were personable and thought of everything to make the whole experience FUN and exciting for all of us. We could not have imagined to be doing a ride like this through the Granada landscape with such quality equipment and guides. Once in a lifetime memory!

Cool tours, friendly guides. The process was as stated in the description. Easily manageable for someone of average fitness. But you should be sure-footed and not afraid of heights or narrowness: a narrow, sometimes steep and unsecured trail leads up the river. Down the river there are several jumps, abseiling points and a small cave where things get tight.