Ski Resort

Sierra Nevada provides one of the widest and most attractive ski domains in southern Europe. The winter season has 110.4 ski km distributed in 131 pistes with the largest ski slope in Spain (1,200m)

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Know the last hour of snow conditions and weather at the station

Permanently updated information about the status of the station. Full description of open slopes and ski lifts and anticipation of opening for the next day.

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Weather forecast provided by the State Mountain Meteorology Agency with three-day forecasts and data provided by the Sierra Nevada Observatory.

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Webcams installed in the main areas of the ski resort with permanent image and video connection. Camera of the Sierra Nevada Observatory and the DGT in the access to Pradollano.

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Arriving at the station

Directions to the station by road, train and plane, as well as daily transport

Find the main current connections to get to the Ski Resort

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Five guarded car parks so you can leave your vehicle with total peace of mind

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City bus line and taxi services for your commutes at the station

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Services

A mountain of comfort at your service

For all tastes, enjoy the wide gastronomic offer, with stunning views of the slopes of the station

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Locker area for storing small volume items, backpack type, boots, helmets, etc.

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Professional-protected centres, where your children will rest and have fun while you ski

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Kits, Mass schedules and others

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Security and facilities

Station safety information

Sierra Nevada, the International Ski Federation (FIS) and Atudem (Association of Spanish Ski and Mountain Stations) have safety regulations aimed at the users of the resorts. Specific rules for skiers, snowboarders or any other that glide through the snow, whose goal is to avoid accidents.

THE LARGEST SKIABLE SLOPE OF THE PENINSULA (1,200M) AND 21 MODERN SKI LIFTS.

Sierra Nevada stands out for the breadth of its tracks and for the daily tread (380 hectares equipped with footpath machines) with layouts for all levels, clean and unobstructed. The station's modern snow production system reaches 44 pistes (35 km linear).

Know the environment

Much more than a mountain

If there is one thing that distinguishes the Sierra Nevada from the rest of the peninsular stations it is the range of tourist options that the visitor finds at your fingertips. La Vega Granada, the villages of Poniente, the Costa Tropical and, above all, the monumental city of Granada are located just half an hour from the mountain of the sun. And just 90 minutes away we reach the bright beaches of the Mediterranean, finding more than half a dozen golf courses along the way.

Information and bookings

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+34 958 70 80 90

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