Holidays to Almeria
Almeria lies on the south-east coast of Spain and looks out over the Mediterranean Sea. Over the years it has become a popular tourist spot due to its sandy beaches. This Andalusian city has a rich history. It was founded in 995 AD due to a need for a better defence system for the regional Arab towns. This city has seen dynasties come and go, and inherited its elements of each to become the fascinating place it is today.
Playa San Miguel
The bright blue sea washes up on the white sandy shores of this urban beach that is Blue Flag accredited.
One of the busiest beaches in the area, there’s still plenty of room for scuba diving, sports and sunbathing.
This medieval fortress was built in the 10th Century. It includes a triple line of walls, majestic keep and gardens.
The towers and protected paths give this cathedral a fortress-like feel, it was designed as such to keep out pirates.
Visit the Almeria air raid shelters
View the underground galleries that were used for civilian protection during the Spanish Civil War.
Estadio de los Juegos Mediterraneos
Watch a game at Almeria’s multi-purpose stadium, the home ground of the local team – UD Almeria.
This cold puree is made up of tomatoes and bread. Add diced serrano ham or boiled eggs to spice it up a bit.
Discover the delights of traditional Spanish cuisine by trying lots of little dishes all in 1 meal.
Galeon Musica Latina
Bring your dancing shoes – this is the place you go to salsa! This vibrant but fiery atmosphere makes it a great venue.
This small neighbourhood bar is stacked full of barrels. Try the local wines and enjoy a relaxed evening.
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