Vera Costa Holidays

A tranquil beach haven in Spain

With its relaxed way of life and sunkissed beaches, Vera Costa holidays are perfect for a fly-and-flop getaway. There’s a beach for everybody along this 8-kilometre stretch of Spain’s Costa de Almeria, which – as the nudist capital of Andalucia – will also suit those seeking an all-over tan. Running alongside the main beach at Vera Costa is a promenade lined with palms and eateries where you can grab lunch and watch the world go by.

Alternatively, head to the beach at Las Marinas – a scenic ribbon of sand skirted by a lagoon, which is home to an abundant range of birdlife. Nature lovers can’t fail to be impressed by Vera Costa’s magnificent mountainous backdrop, which also offers excellent routes for hikers. Or you can head inland to Vera town to enjoy its historical buildings and café-lined squares. Holidays to Vera Costa really do offer something for everyone.

Your Vera Costa questions, answered

Along the promenade at Vera Costa you’ll find Spanish treats including garlic soup, fresh seafood and chilled gazpacho, as well as no shortage of global favourites.

Vera Costa’s main beach offers the perfect combination of soft sand and calm waters, as well as a picturesque promenade, palm trees and plenty of beach bars.

Vera town’s Plaza Mayor, with its striking architecture and cafés, is a lovely spot to enjoy a glass of wine and while away a warm afternoon.

Best things to do in Vera Costa

Visit Vera town

Head inland for a culture fix in the charming old town of Vera, where you’ll find a wealth of historical riches, including a 15th-century church.

Hit the slopes

If you’re keen to explore, then hit the hiking trails up in the Sierra Cabrera mountain range, where you’ll find dramatic vistas and charming villages.

Explore the coast

Make the most of the scenic hour-long walk along the coastal path to Garrucha – an attractive fishing town famed for its delicious red prawns and bustling marina.