Things to see in Almería
Read on to discover our round up of the top attractions in Almeria – we’ve got you covered!
Almeria’s magnificent 10th-century Alcazaba is the largest Moorish fortification in Spain. It also helped found this beautiful Andalusian city.
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 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
Come discover the 16th century church that was originally built as a fortress. Declared a Cultural Heritage Site, this imposing Gothic-Neoclassical landmark warrants a visit
With barely 600 residents, the history behind its tiny whitewashed houses makes Lucainena de las Torres an unmissable stop on any tour of Almería province
Come discover the port of Almeria, the most important port of Moorish Spain, bridging the peninsula to Africa. And be sure to check out the fish auction!
The shelters that protected the people of Almería during the Spanish Civil War now offer the chance to take a moving journey back in time
Come discover one of the prettiest train stations in Spain, the old train station of Almeria. The 19th-century building is a stunning example of industrial architecture.
Castillo de Santa Ana is a fortress in the town of Roquetas de Mar that was built to protect the townspeople from pirate attacks. Today, the castle houses art exhibitions and musical concerts.