Discover Almeria, in Spain´s Andalucian Region

Discover Almeria, in Spain´s Andalucian Region

Discover Almeria, in Spain´s Andalucian Region

  • Posted by : Expert Villas

Almeria is the capital of the same-named province in Andalusia's northern coastal region. The Costa Almeria is approximately 200 kilometres long and offers some of the nicest (and quietest) beaches in this region of Spain, distant from the crowded Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca. Almeria is a typical Spanish city, with a population of 200,000 inhabitants and a large number of domestic tourists in the summer.

This is, however, a year-round town with a vast variety of places to dine, drink, and shop. An old city that has been controlled by Romans, Arabs, and Christian Spaniards throughout the years, as evidenced by its architecture and tourist attractions. Throughout the year, there are several museums, theatre's, and cultural events. For further information on what to do and when, go to the Town Hall or the Tourist Information Centre.

Travel options include air, land, and sea, as well as buses, trains, a minor airport, and ferry service. Outside of the city, a number of motorways are near by, connecting you to the majority of the important Spanish towns and cities in the area.  Climate, culture and ease of access together make searching for property for sale in Almeria a desirable option for may searching for property for sale in Spain.

Andalusia is Spain's most populous region, with Seville, Granada, and Cordoba among its most populous and historically significant cities. It is known for its cuisine (particularly tapas), nightlife, and culture, which includes flamenco dancing and some of Europe's most important historical buildings.

If you live inland, it can get quite hot in the summer and very cold in the winter, although most homes are built to withstand this. In comparison to other sections of southern Spain, the northern Andalusian coastline, known as the Costa Tropical but also as the Costa de Granada, is more temperate and peaceful.

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