Costa de Almeria, Spain covers a quarter of Andalucia (Andalusia)'s coastline. This 190km Costa de Almeria (Coast of Almeria) coastline of fine sands and coves is protected by mountains and cliffs, where the Cabo de Gata Natural Park is located, making Costa de Almeria the ideal holiday destination for those who seek tourism and nature. Almeria is the capital of the province and is situated in the middle of the bay of Costa de Almeria. Costa de Almeria and has been widely visited because of its beautiful landscape and good geographical location. On Costa de Almeria, the inherited culture is still very rich - from both Muslim and Christian influences.
Costa de Almeria's pleasant weather makes it a popular destination for a holiday. This area is therefore abundant with all sorts of Costa de Almeria property - holiday villas, holiday rentals and hotels. Although a hotel in Costa de Almeria is not hard to find, tourists like to live like the locals by renting holiday villas in Costa de Almeria. This makes for a more safe and enjoyable family holiday in Costa de Almeria.
Mojacar, Spain is located in the region of Almeria on the Costa Calida. This beautiful Moorish town (Mojacar Pueblo) of hillside whitewashed buildings and cobbled streets is located between the mountains of the Sierra Cabrera and the waters of the Mediterranean. Mojacar is the largest and most popular holiday destination of this southeastern corner of Spain. Visit the white sandy beaches of Mojacar Playa for some sun.Roquetas
Roquetas, once a sleepy, charming fishing village, still retains its Moorish alley streets and white-washed houses along the hillsides. This town is quickly modernizing with its complexes and tall buildings because tourism is one of its biggest economies. Roquetas has an 18-hole golf course (at Playa Serena) and a specially designated nudist beach. Visit the medieval Castilla de Santa Ana and other fortifications in the area for a historical adventure. Nature-lovers can head to the close by Las Marinas salt marsh and Punta Entinas beaches where birds gather in flocks.
There is a neverending list of activities to do here: paraglide or hanglide through the blue skies; horseride, trek or cycle along defined and offroad routes; sail along the coastline and into the many coves around; scuba dive in the clear waters of protected water reserves; golf on one of the all year golf courses; shop cheaply in the markets of complexes; have your pick of the best Spanish food in the many restaurants and laid back bars; explore the historical towns of Costa de Almeria; simply work on that tan on "Spain's forgotten coast" - Costa de Almeria.
The weather in Costa de Almeria is Mediterranean: warm and dry throughout the year, with little rain and a large number of hours of sun a year. Temperatures range between 13° C and 25° C all year round. This is touted to be the area with the best weather in Spain.
That direct flight to Costa de Almeria is easily available today (to the Almeria Airport). You can also fly into Alicante or Murcia, and then travel by road, or rail into the region. The cheapest flights are often to Alicante. RENFE have mainline train services from Almeria to the city of Granada while Eurolines, Alsa and Enatcar all offer coach services across Costa de Almeria. To get to Costa de Almeria by sea, Transmediterranea have ferries from the port of Almeria to Northern Africa.