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The Virgin beaches of Almería
The Virgin beaches of Almería

Costa Almería

This Costa is made up of the coastline of Almería province. The coastline is home to thousands of plastic greenhouses however there are also beautiful wildlife reserves lining the coast and of course, kilometers of beaches to attract sun seekers.

Destinations are listed from West to East.


Find a hotel to enjoy the largely undiscovered coastline of the Costa Almería. More >


Self-catering accommodation can be found in resorts such as Mojacar. More >

Hostals & Hostels

Find excellent, reasonably priced hostals or hostels on the Costa Almería and Andalucia. More >

Car Hire

The major international Car rental companies have offices in most cities and major airports. More >

Almería Airport

Almería airport has regular flights across the country and further afield. More >


Perhaps the most diverse coastline of all the Costas. More >


Club del Mar de Almería is a marina steeped in history. More >

things to do


Choose from nine golf courses in Almería. More >


Find restaurants on the Costa Almería. More >

Vera Water park

This water park is located in Vera in northern Almería province, near Mojacar. More >

Mario Water park

This water park is in Roquetas del Mar, near Salinas beach on Almería's southern coast. More >

things to see

Art Galleries

Experience the art scene of Almería. More >


Museums in towns in Almería Province. More >

Almería Cathedral

Almería's hefty cathedral is at the heart of the old part of the city. More >

Cueva del Gabar

Located inland, to the north of Velez Blanco village, the cave can offer an interesting break from the beach. More >

Cueva de los Letreros

Located inland, to the north of Velez Rubio, the cave paintings here are spectacular. More >

The Alcazaba

The hilltop Alcazaba's walls and towers dominate the city and command magnificent views. More >

natural parks

There are a number of natural parks and reserves in Almería so take a look at our 'Protected Natural Environments in Almería' home page here.


The coastline varies enormously in the degree and type of development along it. The stretch of shore between Granada province and Almería city is the most blighted by plastic greenhouses, although it has the occasional wildlife oasis, such as the lakes in the Albuferas de Adra Natural Reserve, which attract numerous aquatic birds undeterred by the sea of plastic that surrounds them. El Ejido is the epicentre of the plastic greenhouse agriculture.

To the east of Almería we find the rugged and desolate coast of the Cabo de Gata - Nijar natural park. This is an arid desert landscape and the annual rainfall here is less than 200mm. It is sparsely populated, few villages and a very low population density. Visitors feel a sense of exploration here as many of the coves can only be reached on foot. This area is particularly popular with nature lovers and back-packers. The most popular coastal village is San José.

At the north of the Costa de Almería is the naturist beaches of Vera, a number of new complexes are being constructed here. A little further south is Mojacar which successfully combines the popular beach holiday with the hillside white village that tourist love to explore.

Almería city is worth a visit with the Alcazaba castle overlooking the metropolis.