Once the most important port of Moorish Iberia, this city is now open to anybody who wishes to lose themselves in over 200 kilometres of its coastline. Its abundance of uniquely beautiful beaches provides an incredible variety of places…

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Once the most important port of Moorish Iberia, this city is now open to anybody who wishes to lose themselves in over 200 kilometres of its coastline. Its abundance of uniquely beautiful beaches provides an incredible variety of places…

Once the most important port of Moorish Iberia, this city is now open to anybody who wishes to lose themselves in over 200 kilometres of its coastline. Its abundance of uniquely beautiful beaches provides an incredible variety of places to visit. If you are looking for peace and tranquillity, seek refuge in hidden coves such as the Cala de la Media Luna, Cala del Príncipe or Cala de los Amarillos. Those who are looking for vast expanses to roam can explore the more extensive beaches such as Salinas, Cabo de Gata, Rodoalquilar, Mónsul and Genoveses. Some of these beaches, along with various others, are part of the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, the best preserved 50 kilometres of rocky coastline along the European Mediterranean coast. Rugged cliff tops, including a protected volcanic cliff, form one of Europe’s most arid landscapes.

Once you have taken in such natural beauty, it may be time to return to civilisation, as the city of Almeria is waiting for you. It’s time for a date with history in the impressive Alcazaba and the walls of the San Cristóbal Hill, one of the most important Muslim monumental and archaeological sites of the Iberian Peninsula, which is almost one thousand years old.

All you have to do is catch one of our flights to Almeria to realise how film-worthy it is. It is the only Spanish province to have provided the backdrop to over 500 films throughout six decades. Its varied and contrasting landscapes lend themselves to cinema, creating one of the world’s largest cinematographic production centres, visited by Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood and Elizabeth Taylor. Wouldn’t you like to be added to the list?

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