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Almería


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  • Seafront promenade at the Ciudad Luminosa beach. Almería

In addition to its history and culture, Almería has beaches, nature reserves in mountain areas and on the coast, and culinary attractions, which all make it the perfect destination for a few days' holiday.Read more...

What to see At the top of the Cerro de San Cristóbal stand the Hayrán defensive walls and the Alcazaba, the largest fortress built by the Muslims in Spain. Don't forget to take your camera, as the views over the old quarter and the port are a great photo opportunity. A stroll through the narrow streets lined with whitewashed houses in the historic quarter is a chance to see its most important churches, such as the cathedral standing in the city centre. You'll be reminded of a fortress as you note its towers, battlements and sturdy walls. In the Las Tiendas shopping street you'll also see the church of Santiago el Viejo beside a tower standing over 50 metres high. Nature and active tourism Don't leave Almería without taking a walk under the palm trees in the Nicolás Salmerón Park on the seafront, with its excellent views of the arena and the port. Make the most of your visit to the city to take an excursion to the surrounding area and go on a very special route that's guaranteed to make you feel like Harrison Ford in 'Indiana Jones' or Clint Eastwood in 'For a few dollars more'. In Almería you can see the actual rock faces, mountains and deserts that have served as a film set for some big-budget Hollywood productions.


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Almería


Almería


Almería


Almería


Almería