The Sierra Nevada Ski Resort, located in the municipality of Monachil, is located on the highest road in Europe, just 25 minutes from Granada. With 4 national and international airports nearby, Granada, Malaga, Seville and Almeria, train and bus station, Granada is a perfectly communicated city. And now, with the modern highway network, we are less than 4 hours from Madrid. The privileged geographical situation of Sierra Nevada, make it perfectly connected by plane, train and roads with the main Spanish cities.
How to get to Sierra Nevada
Located 48 kilometers from Sierra Nevada and 17 from Granada capital, the airport is only 15 minutes from the city center and has daily flights to the international airports of Madrid and Barcelona, taking less than an hour to reach its destination. It connects with the cities of: Madrid, Barcelona, Pamplona, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Allowing links with other national and international flights.
Malaga is the nearest international airport, a 90-minute drive from the Airport to the Ski Resort. Information telephone: +34 902 400 500
From Monday to Friday: 8 hours, 10 hours and 17 hours Saturdays Sundays and Holidays: 8 hours, 10 hours, 15 hours and 17 hours
Departures from Sierra Nevada (Outdoor bus parking)
From Monday to Friday: 9 hours, 16 hours and 18.30 hours Saturdays Sundays and Holidays: 9 hours, 13 hours, 16 hours and 18.30 hours
Most of them of recent construction, allow a fast and safe access to the main cities with international airports: Madrid (4 hours to Granada), Valencia (6 hours) and Barcelona (8 hours). Information Telephone: +34 900 123 505
Located 33 kilometers from Sierra Nevada. Connect with the main Spanish cities.
Departures from Granada: Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Almería. Departures from other cities to Granada: Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Algeciras (transshipment in Bobadilla), Almería.
Parking in Sierra Nevada
Parking: Sierra Nevada has an underground car park with a capacity for 2,644 vehicles. It is the largest underground car park in Spain. Sierra Nevada also has an outdoor parking for 1,000 vehicles and 100 buses.