Llano de la Perdiz
Llano de la Perdiz
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Devon
Toronto, Canada28 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
My partner and I spent the last day of our trip to Grenada hiking here. We entered via the trail near the cemetery. You start by seeing the olive trees, then the terrain changes and you see a lot of Cypress trees as you higher. We took our time and had a picnic overlooking the abbey in the distance. We went mid-day on a Tuesday and it was really quiet. I'd recommend for nature lovers who are looking for a little city break.
Written August 29, 2017
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EatsWritesShoots
Ottawa, Canada131 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
If you're in Granada for more than a few days, I'd recommend this as a good morning hike (2 hours brisk -- 3 hours relaxing to stop and enjoy the views and photos). Get up to the main parking lot for buses past the main gate of the Alhambra and you're set -- but take water and a good hiking map (see Website TrekSierraNevada to download/print) because signage is minimal and no English. However, it otherwise is a hike you can do from Granada without much planning, provisions, or need of car/bus. It's really a semi-urban hike through a restored Greenbelt with some spectacular views and apart from a few other hikers, you're only likely to contact civilization through the mountain bikes that whiz by. In minutes you're forgotten the tourists, city, touts and all that wrecks Granada. Easy and romantic. Just leave morning before it gets hot.
Written October 5, 2016
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Just_Tina_C
The Alps854 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
If you continue on up to the Dehesa area along the dirt road which continues after Silla del Moro you will reach the Llano de la Perdiz where there are beautiful views of the Sierra Nevada and other mountains all around, there's a sun dial too. A nice place to see the natural environment which you can reach on foot from the centre of Granada. We enjoyed it. Take sun cream and water.
Written March 19, 2019
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Mr. X
Miami, FL202 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
Very good, if you wanna escape the buzzing city for a while. A perfect place to watch sunsets and sunrises.
Written September 25, 2018
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