Granada: Hammam Al Ándalus with Optional Massage
- Small group
- Duration: 1.5 hours
Enjoy a relaxing Arabic tradition at Granada’s Hammam Al Ándalus, and experience the refreshing sensation of authentic hot, cold and warm steam rooms, fed by thermal waters. Bathing can be alternated with periods of relaxation in the relaxation room where you can sip on mint tea and unwind to soothing Andalusian music. Located at the foot of the Alhambra, behind the ancient mosque, now known as the Church of Santa Ana, Hammam Al Ándalus is dedicated to stress-free experiences. Move freely between the hot, warm and cold baths, recreating the original rhythm of an Andalusian Hammam. Top it all off in the steam room, which you can return to as often as you like between swims, and unwind in the rest room.
Muy buena experiencia, recomendada. Lo volveremos a hacer, para la próxima un masaje de más de 15' porque es muy corto.
Take an unforgettable walk through the knotted streets of the oldest city quarter of Granada, Albaicin. Feel the spirit of the past and find out about the medieval Moorish influence in the local architecture, cuisine, and culture. The Albaicin quarter was inhabited by the peasants of the last Moorish kingdom in western Europe. Learn about their strict daily routine of trade, hygiene, praying, and education, and the high level of development all of these aspects achieved during your tour. After meeting with your tour guide, your tour will begin by exploring Plaza de San Nicolas. This most popular look-out point of the city offers splendid views over the biggest tourist attraction of the city, the Alhambra. After spending 10 minutes taking in this captivating view, your tour will move on. The second site visited on your tour will be Dar al-Horra. This 14th-century Moorish palace is a hidd...
Become a sultan of old Andaluz on a sightseeing tour of Alhambra, combined with a visit to a luxurious Arabian spa in the evening. In the morning, explore the history of Granada on a private tour of Alhambra and Generalife. One of the most important structures of the Middle Ages, Alhambra is also one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the world. Learn about the 9th-century palace and fortress, and marvel at its magnificent mix of Moorish and Spanish culture. A hallmark of Granada's Moorish traditions is its use of water, especially in the Arabic baths. Granada's Hammam Al Andalus is a great way to unwind in the evening after a cultural day at Alhambra and Generalife. At Hammam Al Andalus, be welcomed in by the aromatic scent of essential oils. Bathing in the pools of different temperatures is a sure way to be eased into a state of heavenly calm, and if any stress still ...
The Alhambra was amazing (Guide was extremely knowledgable) and Arab Baths excellent and relaxing after the Alhambra visit. What was not good was the pick up being 35 minutes late, then the representatives not knowing anything about the Arab Bath part of the trip and basically saying you’ll just have to make your own way there (which we did).
Want to discover all there is to do in Granada? Click here for a full list.
The visit to the Alhambra one pass, our guide, Antonio Villalobos knew a lot of stories and information that made the visit very enjoyable. Hammam after eating is a good idea, you stay sooo relaxed.
We had never done a bath at Hassam before so we weren't sure what to expect!! Everything was beyond our wildest expectations! I would recommend this to anyone considering going there!!
The place was worth it! Gorgeous . Divine massage. Compliance with covid rules and impeccable hygiene
The lovely hammam. A very nice atmosphere. We will certainly repeat. The excellent treatment.
better with fewer people. Some people do not know how to respect silence.