Read on to discover our round up of the top attractions in Almeria – we’ve got you covered!
At over a kilometre in length, the breathtaking ‘Playa de los Muertos’ is one of the greatest treasures in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park
Cabo de Gata has some of the most famous beaches in Spain. These natural paradises look like something from a movie set
Mojácar is one of those Andalusian towns where the white walls and winding streets encapsulate all the majestic beauty the Mediterranean has to offer
The municipality of Níjar encompasses some of the most beloved towns and natural parks in all the province of Almería
Enjoy Roquetas de Mar, a town that stands out for its beaches but has so much more to offer, including a sand dune park and a 16th century castle
The population of the Aguadulce district of Roquetas de Mar triples in size every summer on account of its tranquil beaches, charming promenade and lively marina
The coastal village of Agua Amarga, with its beaches and other natural spaces, is one of the most beautiful villages of the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park
With spectacular beaches set against the beautiful and moving landscapes of Cabo de Gata, Carboneras is another gem on the Almerian tourist map. Let us take you on a brief tour
Whether you’re looking for hidden coves with virgin sands or family-friendly tourist beaches, Almería’s more than 100 km of coastline has something for everyone. All you have to do is choose!