Discover the Costa de Almería

Almería is poetry for the eyes: sun and sea, desert and mountain. Pitas at sunset in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. It is southern gastronomy and the natural grace of its people. More than 217 kilometres of coastline bathed by the Mediterranean and 3,000 hours of sunshine a year.

Hotels in Almería

Roquetas de Mar

Roquetas de Mar, the municipality with the largest tourist infrastructure in the province of Almeria, is just 21 kilometres from Almería. With an average annual temperature of 18º C, Roquetas de Mar has a total of 15 kilometres of beaches with moderate waves, ideal for swimming and all kinds of water sports.


Aguadulce is one of the main tourist destinations on the Almería coast. The town, which belongs to the municipality of Roquetas de Mar, has a lively marina, a seafront promenade overlooking the Bay of Almeria and an exhibition centre that hosts the world’s most important agricultural fairs (Expoagro).


Mojácar, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, is located in a privileged setting, surrounded by the Sierra de Cabrera mountain range and the waters of the Mediterranean. With more than 300 days of sunshine a year and 17 kilometres of beaches, it is the perfect place to enjoy the sea, sport, gastronomy, excursions and much more.


90 kilometres north-west of Almería, Vera is a destination with 7 kilometres of fine sandy beaches and moderate waves, offering the perfect combination of relaxation, sun, gastronomy, leisure and a rich cultural heritage.

Experience Almería

Almería is a destination rich in history, with prehistoric archaeological remains such as Los Vélez and Los Millares, monuments such as the Alcazaba and the Cathedral-fortress of Almería, and shelters from the Civil War. This mixture of cultures gives its gastronomy a unique character.

Some of the stars of the cuisine are seafood, fish and stews, as well as a long tradition of tapas.

Almería’s beaches are one of its main attractions, thanks to their enormous beauty and variety. Some of the most popular are Aguadulce in Roquetas de Mar, Los Genoveses in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park and Mónsul in San José.

Golf is another great attraction, thanks to Almería’s incredible climate, with some of the best courses in Spain located in unique places: Desert Springs in Cuevas del Almanzora, Marina Golf in Mojácar and Playa Serena in Roquetas de Mar.

If you want to enjoy nature, in Almería you will find numerous routes through the white villages of the Alpujarra in the Sierra Nevada, the lagoons of Padules and the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Reserve, unique spaces where you can enjoy 4×4 adventures, hiking, horse riding, scuba diving and cycling routes.

Finally, the Tabernas Desert has always been one of the great centres of film production. You can still visit some of the sets at Oasys MiniHollywood, a theme park with a zoo and pool area.

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