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Ringed by mountains and crowned by a spectacular fortress, Spain’s sunniest city mixes shopping centres and tapas bars with a medieval old town of narrow streets and tranquil squares. Along the coast you can find fishing villages, popular resorts and the secluded beaches and wild landscape of the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park.

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La Alcazaba Monument

The Alcazaba Monument is a 10th-century fortress with three huge enclosures, gardens, and the Walls of Hayrán marching down the valley to the San Cristobál hill opposite. Warrens of cave houses are cut into the rock below. From here you will have great views of the city and port, and the most legendary sunsets.

Calle Almanzor, Almería
Cathedral of Almeria

With its towers, buttresses and sturdy walls, the 16th-century Cathedral did duty as a fortress against pirate raids from North Africa. The cathedral's spacious interior soars gracefully.

Plaza de la Catedral, Almería
Casa Sevilla

This restaurant is a feast of the Andalusian cuisine featuring beautiful seafood dishes and Argentinian beef. The Vinoteca next door offers a vast wine list where you have a range of bottles to choose from.

Calle Rueda López Galerías Almericentro, Almería
Restaurante Valentin

Restaurante Valentin has an intimate setting and classy food. Mediterranean seafood is this restaurant's specialty. The restaurant opened its doors to the public in 1987 and has since gone through several exciting improvements.

Calle Tenor Iribarne 7, Almería
Villages of Almería Province

Take the opportunity to look for eye-catching ceramics, textiles and pottery made in the villages of Almería province, where the desert-dry climate has turned water storage into an art.

Fish Market

Head straight down the stairs for this amazing fish market. Every fish that you thought that you would find and fish that you did not even know existed, you will find here.

Paseo de Almería

Almería Airport

Almería’s shiny airport is located 9 kilometres east of the city. The local bus 20 runs from outside the arrivals terminal to the city centre once every hour from 7.25am-10.25pm. The bus to the airport runs every day from 6.45am-9.45pm. The journey takes about 35 minutes. +34 950 170 050 There are two different taxi companies offering their services at the airport: Radiotaxi www.radiotaxialmeria.es +34 950 222 222 / +34 950 226 161 Tele Taxi www.actiweb.es +34 950 251 111 Europcar, Hertz and Goldcar Rentals offer car rentals at the airport. Malaga’s big Pablo Picasso airport is located about 200 kilometres from Almería.

Aeropuerto de Almería, Almería


Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.