Costa Almeria Holidays 2020/2021

Nestled in Spain's south eastern corner between the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea is the small coastal region of Costa Almeria. This quiet area has been virtually untouched so you can expect relaxing beach days and leisurely walks exploring this beautiful corner of Spain.

Costa Almeria Holiday Deals 2020/2021

Roc Golf Trinidad

Roquetas De Mar, Costa Almeria, Mainland Spain, Spain

(1750)

7 Nights

3rd May 2020

All Inclusive

Bristol - Direct

Based On Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony

TUI200 Code Applied -£200

Price from £429pp£595pp

Save £166

Mediterraneo Bay Hotel and Resort

Roquetas De Mar, Costa Almeria, Mainland Spain, Spain

(875)

7 Nights

15th Oct 2020

Half Board

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On Twin Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony

TUI100 Code Applied -£100

Price from £364pp£450pp

Save £86

Best Hotel Sabinal

Roquetas De Mar, Costa Almeria, Mainland Spain, Spain

(3306)

14 Nights

3rd May 2020

Half Board

Birmingham - Direct

Based On Superior Double Room with Balcony

TUI200 Code Applied -£200

Price from £467pp£657pp

Save £190

Seaside town

Costa Almeria was once a quaint fishing village but it has since expanded and now you can find shopping outlets, seafront restaurants, Spanish cuisine and British style pubs. Because of the changes Costa de Almeria is slowly beginning to bring more and more visitors who have come to experience the stunning landscapes, deserted beaches, and peaceful resort atmosphere.

Costa de Almeria has a few laid-back resorts and classic villages including its largest resort of Roquetas de Mar, a seaside town with stretches of golden untouched sand. Costa de Almeria may be small but it still has some interesting sights and history to explore.


Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT + 1

Religion: Catholic

Resorts

Aguadulce

Spain's Costa Almeria can be found to the south-east of the country and has been less affected by mass tourism than other coastal areas. This means that holidays to the Costa Almeria offer a particularly traditional Spanish experience. Lapping the many beaches along the coast is the warm Mediterranean Sea, providing plenty of opportunities to enjoy swimming and various water sports. The resort town of Aguadulce is one of the sunniest and driest places along the Costa Almeria – so you have perfect weather for exploring and making the most of the beaches, mountains and other towns in the area.

Almerimar

If you're looking for a relaxed summer holiday, why not consider holidays to Costa Almeria, a Spanish coastal region with more than 3,000 hours of sun a year? One of the best spots on the coast is Almerimar, where you'll be able to relax on the best beaches in the area, try some watersports, and let your hair down at a local bar.

Vera

If you're considering holidays to Costa Almeria, an unspoilt coastal region of Spain, then a trip to Vera comes highly recommended. This beautiful resort is just a short drive from a stunning sandy beach, and it's also a great spot for sightseeing. On Vera holidays, you'll get an insight into traditional Andalusian culture as you browse local markets, try the delicious regional cuisine and visit inspiring, age-old monuments.

El Toyo

The El Toyo is the ideal spot for a relaxing holiday, with long, tranquil beaches whose shores are blessed with lightly lapping waves. Holidaygoers seek out this peaceful spot to truly get away from it all by lounging on a hotel sunbed or taking a scenic stroll along the waterfront with loved ones.

Mojacar

The historically rich municipality of Mojacar is situated upon the elevated mountain ranges of Cabrera. The village of Mojacar has been built in Moorish architecture and is a tranquil base for visiting the region's attractions. With more than 3,000 hours of sun per year and an average yearly temperature of 20°C, there is never a bad time to take a holiday in this postcard-perfect setting.

Roquetas De Mar

Roquetas de Mar is the largest and most popular resort town in Costa de Almeria, owing to its award-winning beaches, striking scenery and activities for children to enjoy. But this isn't a busy and overrun tourist hotspot – it has the same relaxed and slow-paced charm as other towns in Costa de Almeria, with blissfully unspoilt and uncrowded beaches.

Location

Map showing the location of Costa Almeria View Costa Almeria on the map

New cities and fortresses

Visit the port city of Almeria where you can explore quaint museums explaining Costa de Almeria’s heritage as well as walk down cobblestone sleepy squares and poke into local art galleries and stylish boutiques. Almeria hosts several medieval buildings and its city is separated down the middle with a tree lined boulevard.

The main attraction of Almeria is the Arab fortress like castle that overlooks its occupants. Named the Alcazaba, this fortress sits on top a hill and gives visitors breath-taking and panoramic views of the city. Built in the 10th century, the Alcazaba is constructed of several watch towers, a castle and a mosque, ideal for any history buffs abroad.

Natural beauty

Spend some time taking in the natural beauty of Costa de Almeria and its surrounding areas. Drive through the Cabo de Gata natural park and admire its hilly coasts with expanses of captivating cliff fences and gorgeous beaches. This large park has been kept unspoilt by buildings and is truly a remarkable experience for any nature lovers wanting to take in the scenic expanse.

Make a day of it and take part in any of the walking trails or cycling paths available. If you want to experience some wildlife take a trip to Punta Entinas – Sabinar where you can spot over 150 different species of birds along the sand dunes, coastlines, wetlands, and lakes. Make sure to watch out for the pink flamingos that inhabit the salt marshes.

Sand and sunshine

Costa de Almeria is home to rocky coastlines, secret coves, and long expanses of golden sand. The beaches here are the least developed and most private beaches on the South Eastern coast. Roquetas de Mar’s beach, La Bajadilla, is the most well-known, holds a Blue Flag and covers three kilometres of beach.

This area is less populated than other resort cities and you are bound to find your own little piece of heaven and stretch of sand, without anyone in your personal space. Roquetas de Mar is also known for its beachside cafes and watersports available at the coast. Spend the day in the sea, jet and water skiing, fishing and sailing.

Sealife and splash zones

If you are looking for something the kids will enjoy this holiday visit Roquetas de Mar’s aquarium, the largest in Andalucia. This aquarium is full of weird and interesting sea creatures from different types of tropical fish to piranhas. Children will love the interactive tank where, under the supervision of professional divers, you can stroke star fish and stingrays and go in the tank for a swim with the sharks. The aquarium is only a five-minute drive from the town centre and is easily accessible.

When it’s boiling outside and reaching the high 30 temperatures that Spain often has, go cool down with the family at Mario Park. This smaller waterpark in Roquetas de Mar offers six large slides a wave pool, and children’s pool, ideal for spending the afternoon in the water and out of the sun.

Festival festivities

Every 16th of July villages up and down the Andalucian Coast celebrate the patron saint of fishermen. Parades begin at the cities church and then follow down to the sea front where there are fireworks, live music, and dancing. Another popular festivity is the Our Lady of the Sea Festival. This takes place in Almeria on the Plaza Vieja during the last two weeks of August. This festival gives the whole town a carnival style party with music, dancing, parades and sports competitions. Come any time during the two weeks and enjoy watching the traditional flamenco dancing held in the town square.