La Calahora
Beach Bar. Playa de Granada
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Motorcycle Rental and Tours

Graham Swan owns GS Motorcycle Tours based near Granada in Andalucia, southern Spain. Graham offers motorcycle tours throughout most of Andalucia from Almeria, through Córdoba to Sevilla. He has been operating successfully for several years and knows his area intimately with all its exciting motorcycle routes. 

Also GS Motorcycle Tours has a wide range of BMW motorcycles to rent ranging from a R1200GS  to F800GS as well as other motorcycles all at favourable rates. Check out the website at :-

Off road riding

Alhambra Palace

The Alhambra is Granada’s and Europe’s love letter to Moorish culture. Set against a backdrop of brooding Sierra Nevada peaks, this fortified palace complex started life as a walled citadel before going on to become the opulent seat of Granada’s Nasrid emirs. Their showpiece palaces, the 14th-century Palacios Nazaríes, are among the finest Islamic buildings in Europe and, together with the gorgeous Generalife gardens, form the Alhambra's great headline act.

As one of Spain’s most high-profile attractions, the Alhambra can draw up to 6000 daily visitors. Tickets sell out quickly so to avoid disappointment it pays to book ahead, either online or by phone. 

Caminito del Rey

Caminito del Rey (The King's Little Pathway) is a walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga, Spain. The name derives from the original name of Camino del Rey , abbreviated locally to el caminito.

The walkway had fallen into disrepair and was partially closed for over a decade. After four years of extensive repairs and renovations, the walkway re-opened in 2015. It has been known in the past as the "world's most dangerous walkway" following five deaths in 1999 and 2000.

Tickets have to be reserved online and can be done so on the official Caminito del Rey website where guided tours are available.

The maximum number of people allowed on the Caminito at one time is four hundred. Groups of up to fifty people are allowed through the initial control points, with slots allocated every half hour. A maximum of 1,100 people per day is allowed to walk the Caminito.