Paseo de las Adelfas

Gardens and Walk in Granada

The Paseo de las Adelfas or Walk of the Oleanders is a pathway in the gardens of the Generalife in the Alhambra Complex, in Granada, Spain.

The Paseo de las Adelfas is a long path that runs along the upper part of the orchard, which it is separated from by a wall. The walk is all covered by a canopy of oleander.

This promenade was built in the mid-19th century as a romantic access to the Generalife palace. At the one end you have the Jardines Altos or Upper Gardens and at the other end, the walk connects with the Paseo de los Cipreses. It looks over the Jardines Bajos.

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Visiting Paseo de las Adelfas


For opening times of the Paseo de las Adelfas in the  Generalife see Alhambra Opening Times.


The Paseo de las Adelfas is part of the Generalife of the Alhambra Complex and access it you need to purchase Alhambra Tickets or a Alhambra Guided Tour.

Address: Paseo de las Adelfas del Generalife, Granada, Spain
Duration: 10 minutes

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