An introduction to the Costa de Almeria
Almería enjoys the most stable temperatures in all Spain, with a steady 19ºC providing a warm subtropical climate. It also has the country’s longest stretch of coastline, with many secluded Mediterranean beaches, ruins and dramatic rock formations. Inland to Vera, Bédar, Sorbas and Huércal Overa, there are pretty mountain villages, cave complexes and wide desert-like plains.
Excellent road and rail links exist to the national transport network, and all the main population centres are within an hour’s drive from Almeria airport, and just two from those of Alicante and Murcia.
Whether your tastes run to wildlife watching in the countryside, walking in the Sierras, enjoying the beach and water sports facilities, or a relaxing game of golf on one of many courses – you can find it here.