knows about Granada
for its monuments, its charming districts and for its tapas, something that
immediately springs to mind when you think of this Andalusian city. However,
for those of you who are visiting Granada
for the first time, we have prepared a mini guide of the most chilled-out clubs
and bars in the city.
indie clubs in Granada: alternative nightlife in
Sugarpop club. One of the classics in Granada,
Sugarpop is open until 6am every day and you can expect some real pop tunes, as
well as some electro and rock tracks, depending on the DJ. However, they always
go for an indie sound for the entertainment of the most demanding young
clubbers who really fancy a dance. Where:
25, Gran Capitán. Admission:
from 1am it costs 5 euros to get in
With two completely different dance floors, this club attracts hoards of
university students thanks to the atmosphere and the quality of music played.
On the first dance floor they play more dance tunes, whilst on the second
lovers of Techno and minimal house will be delighted with the tunes blasted out
by the best DJs there. Where:
37, Calle Duquesa. Opening times:
every day until
5 euros (drink included)
. A great place in Granada with jam sessions, flamenco, blues
and all kinds of soul, funky, and R&B concerts, for a cracking night out guaranteed.
3, Calle Santa Barbara. Opening times:
until 7am. Admission price:
depending on the session. Jam sessions 4 euro and admission to the club 7 euro
Writing about Granada and not mentioning Planta
Baja club is like leaving out the Alhambra.
This indie sound mecca host concerts featuring all kinds of national and
international groups, as well as festivals, theatre productions, exhibitions,
and any kind of culture related event. Where:
11, Calle Horno de Abad. Opening
until 6am. Admission price:
depending on the session, concert etc.
Industrial la Copera club
classic in Granada.
Situated on the outskirts of the city, you’ll tire yourself out dancing to the
beats of the latest electro and house music. They also organise some of the
best concerts and sessions in Granada.
in Armilla on 7, Calle la Paz
. Opening times:
until 7am. Admission price:
depending on the session, concert
Although it’s not a club, but a pub and therefore it closes a lot earlier, i.e.
at 3am we have to mention the Afrodisia given that you won’t be able to stop
dancing to the music they play there. As soon as you enter the door you won’t
be able to stop dancing to the beat of especially the funky, R&B, soul, and
even electronic tunes blasted out there. Definitely a stop off on your party
wanderings around Granada.
Calle Almona del Boquerón. Opening times:
until 3am. Admission price:
Here is a map
indicating exactly where the most indie clubs in Granada are located:
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