Stop in for the excellent food, stay for the authentic Spanish bar experience. You receive tapas free with your drink- which can be anything from tortilla española, to an offel stew of tripe and liver, to even a plate of fresh shrimp. Many tapas change every day based on what is available.
Conveniently located in the square with great views, outdoor seating and fantastic surroundings. Serving local wines and beers with complimentary plates of potatoes and garlic and our favourite paella, the best we have found!
This rooftop terrace was named after the Monastery of Saint Jerome, which was designed by the same architect as Granada’s cathedral! You’ll have front row seats to this Renaissance masterpiece while you sip on a refreshing cocktail. Because they cover the terrace throughout the winter, you can enjoy these fantastic views no matter what the weather brings!
This is one of the newest additions to the must-visit rooftops in Granada. We love the industrial-retro decor, and the tapas are great value for money. It’s no wonder this place has become popular among the locals. The terrace has a relaxing feel, and it’s a great place to relax during summer.
Located at the core of Granada’s historical center, this five-star hotel is home to one of Granada’s most stunning rooftop terraces. Enjoy a delicious dinner here while taking in views of the cathedral and the beautifully lit Alhambra.
Just 5 minutes' walk from the famous Alhambra Palace, Hotel Mirador Arabeluj features a bar terrace with impressive views of Granada and the Sierra Nevada. It is a 10-minute walk from the city centre.
This romantic Restaurant is located at the Albaicin square, at the terraces of the gardens of an ancient Carmen (tradicional Granada’s house) called “Carmen de Aben Humeya”.
This hotel’s terrace is considered to be one of the most breathtaking rooftop bars in the city. You will almost feel like the Moorish kings and queens staring at the sun setting over their beloved city from the hill of the Red Fortress!
This bar terrace and restaurant provides even more astonishing views of the Alhambra! Located at the famous Mirador de San Nicolás, Huerto de Juan Ranas is the place to be if you’re looking for a relaxed dinner or morning coffee with views you’ll never forget.
Built on top of Granada’s mosque at the start of the 16th century this magnificent building is Spain’s second-largest cathedral.