Granada is a region with such a diverse landscape. From mountain ranges to beautiful coastline to amazing vineyards that produce some delicious wine. These are our favorite vineyard tours near Granada to try some of the region’s best vino!
Granada is known for its incredibly high-quality produce and food and wine culture. You can try some great wines in the city, but why not go straight to the source of the product? Visiting a vineyard makes for a great day trip from Granada, where you can not only appreciate the wine, but also take in the stunning landscape of the Granada countryside. These are our favorite vineyard tours near Granada where you can dive straight into the wine culture of the region.
Bodega Cuatro Vientos
Situated just outside the village of Murtas, in the Sierra de la Contraviesa, Bodega Cuatro Vientos lies around 100 kilometers from Granada. The bodega provides one of the most comprehensive vineyard tours near Granada and comprises over 30 hectares of grape vines. We love that the vast grounds not only feature a vine-garden, but also a Threshing Museum. You can also visit an old winery, a wine cellar and an Ethnological Museum. Visitors can tour the new bodega to see how the wine is made. We also recommend dining at one of the center’s two restaurants.
Address: Km 7, Carretera de Murtas, Murtas, Granada
Bodega Pago de Almaraes
Located in the heart of the Guadix region, where a large part of the population lives in underground cave homes, a visit to Bodega Pago de Almaraes is one of the most unique vineyard tours near Granada. Unlike the others, it is a modern vineyard, which only began in 2001. However, it is housed in a cave home which dates back to Roman times. The bodega produces around 200,000 bottles of both red and white wines per year, as well as one rosé variety. Visit the winery and you will learn all about the history of wine from the Phoenicians to the present day, as well as getting to see how it’s made in the processing room. At the end of the tour, guests will get the chance to try three of the vineyard’s tasty wines.
Pro Tip: In addition to the vineyard visit near Granada, the winery can also organize other tours such as horse riding and romantic experiences.
Address: Carretera Fonelas, Km 1, Benalúa, Granada
Tucked in between the Sierra Nevada National Park and the Sierra de Huétor in the municipality of Darro, you’ll find the Bodega Anchurón. A family-run winery, the bodega is housed a typical Andalusian farmhouse. During the 90-minute tour, guests will learn about the history of the winery, as well as the process of barreling and bottling. It also, of course, includes wine tastings.
Address: Cortijo El Anchurón, 18181 Granada
Alquería de Morayma
Located in one of our favorite regions of Granada, the Alpujarras, Alquería de Morayma is an agricultural farm that grows almonds, figs and olive trees, as well as grape vines. It features 22 rural lodgings, as well as a restaurant and its own wine cellar. The winery produces 7,000 bottles a year from its ecological vineyard and houses a cellar and a museum, where visitors can learn about wines and olive oils from the Alpujarras region. The tour includes a visit to the winery with tastings and a tapa.
Insider’s Tip: Spend the night here to enjoy the farm to the fullest. They also run courses and workshops.
Address: Carretera, Km 50, A-348, Cádiar, Granada
If you want to learn about wines and cuisine from Granada, join us on our Foodie Feast & Cultural Walking Tour. You’ll taste some of the best cured ham, visit local markets and learn how the Spanish Inquisition shaped the food we eat in Spain.