The lively capital city of the Andalusian province, Almería, is bordered by the provinces of Murcia, Granada, and the Mediterranean Sea . Untouched by mass tourism, the city perfectly combines historical beauty with modern charm.
Explore Alcazaba, built in the 10th century as a defensive fortress.
The spectacular coastline of the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park offers thrilling activities like cliff diving and snorkeling.
Discover the largest fossilized dune in the Natural Park at Escullos.
Admire the 16th century Almería Cathedral that looks more like a fortress with its monumental facade.
Be enamoured with the beautiful Renaissance decorations at the Santiago Church built in 1494.
Observe the El Cable Inglès, a masterpiece of iron architecture by a Glasgow-based company in the early 20th century.
Explore the rock formations and caves in Los Cocedores Beach.
Order Tapas along with a glass of beer or wine at one of the many tapas bars.
Climb the Cerro de San Cristobal towering over Alcazaba for magnificent views of Almeria.
Take a stroll on the Blue Flag beaches in Almería; or rest on the promenade.