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Playa de los Muertos, Almería
Playa de los Muertos, Almería
Mojácar Pueblo, Almería
Mojácar Pueblo, Almería
The Alcazaba Fortress, Almería
The Alcazaba Fortress, Almería

Why Choose Almeria?

Traditional whitewashed Spanish street in Mojacar village
This is the real deal, a true slice of Spain that remains untouched by mass tourism...

Below is just a taster of what is waiting to be discovered in the Almeria region of Andalucia in Southern Spain.

Traditional Villages

Mojacar Pueblo is a charming example of a whitewashed Spanish village, standing proud on a hilltop in the Cabrera mountain foothills and directly overlooking the shimmering Mediterranean sea, the maze of narrow cobbled streets offer new delights at every turn, with quaint village houses, flower decked terraces, old wooden doorways, ancient archways and pretty plazas, not forgetting the enticing trinket shops and welcoming cafe bars and restaurants.

This once Moorish town, steeped in history, surrendered to the Christians in the 15th Century Conquest, each year, in remembrance, a huge celebration is held, with mock battles, elaborate costumes and medieval market stalls, a fabulous occasion not to be missed.

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