Holidays and days off! Here are a few suggestions for how to do plans in Granada for a day off; perfect for those who still don’t know what to do. Just like each May 1st (International Workers’ Day), we celebrate our right to work, but why not make the most of this day off and explore Granada, visit its great spots and let yourself go with its aromas of teas and spices and its lively bars?
Exploring Granada is getting to know all of its nooks and crannies. Today, we’ll tell you all about the San Juan de Dios Chapel, which is hidden from view. This small 16th century chapel is located in the centre of our city and goes unnoticed among the hustle and bustle of Calle Elvira street.
You can visit this chapel on Calle Elvira as well as leaving with a full stomach if you stop off at one of its bars. We’ll leave you with this guide to eat tapas on Calle Elvira in case you get peckish. If you enjoy wine, we’d recommend you visit one of the wineries on this road!
Some plans in Granada for a day off – Live music
What type of live music do you like? Granada is a hub for music culture and has many different types of live music to offer. These are some of the live music options in Granada: The first is ELSA BHÖR, who describe themselves as a funk, rumba and Latin group and are performing on Sunday 29 May at La Tertulia.
The second is for all the rockers among you – Rincones del Rock, which takes place at the Playmobil Club in Granada. Here you’ll find live music from groups such as Soundbay and Ygritte.
The third option takes us back to our cultural roots with some flamenco. We’d recommend one of the best Zambras in Granada; the Cueva de los Tarantos. Here you can enjoy dinner accompanied by a flamenco show.
Alternative ideas for May bank holiday
We know that you like the Granadian’s suggestions and the bank holiday weekend is a long one! So, here’s an article about how to combat the cold, in case it rains – better to be safe than sorry. Also, here are some suggestions for what to do in winter if you’re looking for something more relaxed.