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Almeria

Overview

Sitting pretty below an epic mountain backdrop, the unspoilt coast around Almeria Airport is Spain’s hidden gem. Less touristy than its Costa cousins, the Costa de Almeria is all spaghetti-western landscapes, natural parks, and crowd-free beaches that the locals love. Get set for the real deal as you hop between sleepy resorts and stunning sights.

Language

Spanish

Currency

Euro (€)

Time difference

+1hr

Beer

£1.80

Set meal for two

£26.50

Average flight time

3.5hrs

A quieter Costa

On the calm Costa de Almeria, you can look forward to relaxed seaside towns where life revolves around sun, sand and seafood. Roquetas de Mar is known for its go-slow charm, string of golden sands and nearby nature parks. Meanwhile, Mojacar’s Blue Flag strips and whitewashed cobbles mean you can unwind or explore.

Wild landscapes

Mountains, deserts, reefs – nature’s big news here. In fact, you’ll find Europe’s only desert, Tabernas. Budding cowboys can channel Clint Eastwood at Oasys Mini Hollywood, or go treasure hunting at Rodalquilar’s old gold mine. For wildlife, don’t miss the birds and coral reefs that call Cabo de Gata their home.

Old Spain

Boasting Spain’s second-largest Arab fortress and oozing a Moorish-flavoured feel, the gold-stone city of Almeria is a historic slice of Spain well worth seeing. Think castle walls, guitar-strumming Flamenco shows and souk-like markets. Visit the Alcazaba to get the best views of it all from high above.

Almeria climate

17

Jan

18

Feb

20

Mar

21

Apr

24

May

28

Jun

31

Jul

31

Aug

29

Sep

25

Oct

21

Nov

18

Dec

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