Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte, Granada

About Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte, Granada

Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte, Granada - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Barranco de los Negros, s/n, 18010 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958215120

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:30 pm Details

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The Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte is a collection of caves that offer breath-taking views of natural landscapes, monuments and the gorgeous valley of Valparaiso consisting of a wide collection of plants.

The place has lavender, Rosemary, Fennel and Agave among other plants and consist of living quarters, stables, a kitchen and a pond. The whole place is more of a lessons in biodiversity and how the cycle of life evolves and is co-dependent on other elements. For a casual visitor, the place is simply a good way to unwind from the concrete buildings and soak up the beauty all around.

Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte Ticket Prices

  • Admission: Euros 5 per person.
  • For other prices, visit the official website.  

How To reach Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Cno del Sacromonte Fte 109
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • It was a neat little place with interesting history. Several small caves display the various tools and home goods used by the gypsies who used to inhabit the area. There were signs written in both Spanish and English explaining the history and providing information. It was in a hilly area so we had to walk up some slightly steep steps and there was an entrance fee (€5 I think).

  • The information isnt very specific about this place in particular, the signs which were meant to explain the site seem to be very generic. The entry fee is 5 euros, which isnt very expensive. Come only if you have spare time in granada

  • Some interesting information, but otherwise not worth the price. The caves have been very modified and do not seem authentic at all.

  • Nice insight into the gitano tradition in Granada and its links to flamenco. Some of the analyses could be more hard hitting re socio-economic and historical reasons which led to the growth of sacromonte area.

  • Learned about gypsy culture and their way of life. It's at the top of a hill, so be prepared to climb some steps!

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