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One of Spain’s best kept secrets, Almería gives you a rich and varied blend of the sights, sea, sun and sand you’ve come to expect from Spain. 

One of several jewels in Andalucia’s crown, Almería city itself dates back to the 10th century, when it was a bastion of Moorish rule and an important harbour, a hub for the silk trade, and the scene of countless sieges and conflicts. Today you can take this in at your leisure, explore the medieval town with its staggering cathedrals, fortifications and museums, then stop into one of the city’s many bars for a cool beer and a breather. You’ll also find the best of Spanish cuisine here, with everything from mouth-watering tapas to freshly caught seafood and delicious meaty specialities. If there’s one thing to be said for Almería tourism, it’s definitely tasty. 


July 2017
The Pulpop festival is talking place in the neighbouring port town of Roquetas de Mar from July 7-8. British band The Spitfires form part of the line-up. Entry is free at the Plaza de Toros on Avenida de la Aduana.

April 2017
The cathedral square is a good place to start a stroll around the historic quarter of Almería. The narrow atmospheric streets are full of bars and restaurants, leading down to the port and seafront.

July 2017
In the heat of July, a day at the beach is always a good plan. And some of the best beaches in Spain lie to the north of the city in the Cabo de Gata natural park. The town of San José, with its wonderful seafood restaurants, is a good starting point. Nearby are unspoilt volcanic sands and coves where building has been banned under environmental protection laws.

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