Best Hotel Sabinal

Full of chic contemporary touches, the Best Hotel Sabinal has been beautifully finished to offer not only a visually pleasing space, but also new levels of guest comfort and satisfaction. The vast outdoor pool terrace is a perfect example of this ethos in action, as it looks both upmarket and relaxed, flanked with pretty palms and loungers. The indoor pool keeps things a little more peaceful and luxurious, with water jets.

Found on the beach, the hotel enjoys spectacular sea views which can be enjoyed during dinner in the buffet restaurant and there is nightly entertainment laid on. As you might expect, there’s a spa and gym for guests to enjoy and the 50m walk to the resort centre is over in the blink of an eye.

Overview of Roquetas De Mar

Forget what you think you know about Spain because holidays to the Costa Almeria will change all your perceptions, especially if you stay at the Best Hotel Sabinal. Defined by the relatively untouched nature of the region, getaways here are all about peace, quiet and a more leisurely style of holiday, but that doesn’t mean that there’s nothing to tempt tourists.

Roquetas De Mar is the most popular resort town in the region, with spectacular beaches and a welcoming attitude towards families being key selling points, but even here you won’t be tripping over other holidaymakers. There’s a waterpark, plenty of history and lots of nature to enjoy, as well as sumptuous fresh food, but all with the added bonus of being in a quiet and beautifully preserved part of mainland Spain.

Things to do in Roquetas De Mar

A few days soaking up the pool scene at the Best Hotel Sabinal will be impossible to resist but when you want to head out and explore there’s plenty to do. Families will want to head straight to Mario Park, a premium waterpark that’s perfect on a hot day and the largest aquarium in the whole of Andalucía is only a few minutes away as well. Don’t forget the beach, though, as there are two excellent ones to choose from.

Nature lovers, prepare to be blown away by what you could see at the Parque Natural Punta Entinas. You can even rent bicycles to get around the park and visit nearby villages. Having worked up an appetite, you’ll be ready to taste authentic Spanish fare in one of the many excellent restaurants or pop-up beach bars.

Holidays to Spain might not sound ground-breaking, but when you choose to go off the beaten path and visit an unspoilt region such as the Costa Almeria, you really get a feel for what made Spain so popular to begin with.

Resort Summary

Playa de Aguadulce is a large pebble beach with clear waters and a floating aqua park, which makes it perfect for kids. Bring a picnic or grab something to eat at one of the lovely restaurants that are dotted along the tree-lined promenade. Playa de Aguadulce also has a ramp that leads down to the beach for any visitors that have difficulty walking.

Another popular beach in Roquetas de Mar is La Bajadilla, which holds a Blue Flag certificate and covers three kilometres of caramel-coloured sand. This area is less populated than other resort cities and you are bound to find your own little piece of heaven on a beautiful stretch of sand, without anyone in your personal space. Bajadilla has beachside cafes and watersports available too, so you can spend the day in the sea, jet and water skiing, fishing and sailing.