The Costa de Almería is a coastal region of Spain, consisting of the coastal municipalities of the province of Almería, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. The region extends over 217 kilometers and includes 13 municipalities, from Pulpí on the border with the province of Murcia to Adra on the border with the province of Granada.
Andalusia is known for the picturesque white villages such as Nijar, Polopos, Cobdar, Albanchez. These are also definitely worth a visit. Other popular areas with Dutch and Belgians are Mojacar, Vera and Garrucha. These are located in the southern part of Almeria Costa and are known for the beautiful white beaches with all its restaurants on the beach.
Mar de Pulpí
Mar de Pulpi is a beautiful complex located directly on the Mediterranean Sea. The beautiful complex is surrounded by the azure blue Mediterranean Sea and beautiful...Read more
San Juan de los Terreros
San Juan de los Terreros is an authentic Spanish seaside resort where mass tourism has not yet taken off. Wonderful life among the Spaniards and their fantastic relaxed...Read more
Vera Playa is located north of the main tourist resorts of Garrucha and Mojacar on Spain's Costa Almeria. Vera Playa is the beach area stretching from Puerto Rey to...Read more
Nestled in the foothills of the amazing Sierra Cabrera mountains you will find the bustling town of Turre. Turre is today a busy city with a large expat community and many...Read more