I gladly give advice on what to do and see, and where to eat and drink. I am coming to Granada since 1996 and know a lot of Granadinos, so I know a lot of very diverse places to go for a drink or eating out.


Thanks to my contacts in Granada I can arrange a discounted stay for you, if you are my coaching client. You can chose between :

Hotel Guadalupe, opposite of the entrance of the Alhambra.

Going out

A selection of bars and restaurants which I gladly bring to your attention, by neighbourhood:


Bar Restaurant El Molino, Calle Molinos 8 (a lot of antique photographs of Granada)
Bar Restaurant Ocaña- El Sota, Plaza Realejo 1 (over 100 years in the neighbourhood)
Restaurant Alacen de Las Monjas, Plaza Padre Suarez 5 (modern cuisine)
Casa de Vinos La Brujidera, Calle Monjas del Carmen 2 (a whole lot of different wines available per glass)


Bar Los Diamantes, Plaza Nueva 13 (great tapas mainly fish and seafood)
Bodegas Castañeda, Calle de Almireceros 1 (old bar, famous for its tapas and vermouth)
Cisco y Tierra, calle Lepanto s/n (nice small winebar)
El Corral de Carbon, Calle Mariana Pineda 8 (bit more up priced restaurant)
Gran Café Bib Rambla, Plaza Bib-Rambla 3 (over 100 years old, go here for churros with chocolate)
Chocolateria/Cafeteria Alhambra, Plaza Bib-Rambla 27 (for churros with chocolate)
St Germain, Postigo Veluto s/n (nice pub with wines)
Bodega La Mancha, Calle Joaquín Costa, 10 (great rolls till late night and great sherry)


Restaurante  Mirador de Morayma, Callejón Vacas 4 2⁰ (bit more expensive, but great views on the Alhambra)
Cafe Casa Pasteles, Plaza Larga 1 (great for coffee and pastry)
Bar Elvira 81, Calle Elvira 81 (great (vegan) food, gay friendly)


Taberna Rincon Alpujareño, Calle Torre Pedro de Morales 6 (great tapas)
Bar Almudena, Calle Poeta Gracián 13 (great tapas and you can choose your own (per table))