Holidays on the Coast of Almeria

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Almeria is one of the most charming places in which visitors can enjoy rural tourism and the sun and beach. For sea lovers, its coasts totaling over 200 kilometers of coastline, which displays the best of Almería beaches, bays and coasts. A landscape on which you can admire the imprint of ancient peoples and civilizations, which next to the Alcazaba or the monumental Torres Vigías and castles, give a great spectacle to the Costa de Almería. And for those who want to explore natural areas, they can play sports in natural surroundings. Furthermore, in Almeria you can find the Tabernas Desert, which is considered the only one in Europe, protected as a Natural Park and natural set of movies, music videos and advertisements worldwide.

The Almeria Coast, “Costa del Sol”, covers 13 municipalities: from Pulpí, on the border of the Murcia province, to Adra, which borders the province of Granada. Inside the Almería Coast visitors can find tourist destinations like Vera, Mojacar, Roquetas de Mar and Almerimar, and natural areas such as the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Nijar, the Natural Park of Punta Entinas-Sabine, or the Island of San Andrés, among others.


The coast of Almeria is characterized by its irregular line. That provides it an identity, giving it an attraction for visitors which makes it one of the preferred destinations for tourism. This coastal strip extends to Murcia via the territory of the Cabo de Gata Nijar Natural Park. It is distinguished on many occasions by the presence of virgin beaches and coves, where the vegetation is rich and lush and gives the area a “wild” appearance that draws much attention. It is also one of the favourite sites of nudists, with more specific places for it.

On the coast of Almeria, east of the province is the town of Pulpí, a coastal town which is just 100 kilometers from the provincial capital, Almería. Pulpí has a semi-arid Mediterranean climate, with low rainfall, less than 300mm. each year, concentrated in autumn and spring. Summers are long and hot and winters short and with few frosts.

One of the amazing things to see in this town is Geoda de Pulpí. A geode is a normally closed cavity in the rock that have crystallized minerals that have been conducted to the cave, dissolved in groundwater. Crystallization is a slow process that can last for thousands of years and has a spectacular aesthetic result. Geoda de Pulpí, placed on the Pillar of Jaravía is a unique phenomenon given the dimension, perfection, size and transparency of glass.

In Pulpí highlights the town of San Juan de los Terreros, being an eminently tourist population center. And a little further inland, following the road to Pulpí, we find the village of Pilar de Jaravía, a beauty emplacement due to its palm trees around.


In the area of ​​San Juan de los Terreros and Pulpí we can find a wide range of beaches with fine sand and crystal clear water. These are some:

– Playa de la Entrevista: Impressive non-urban beach with an area of ​​1000 meters in length and 20 meters in width, with easy access, both on foot and by car. It is located at the mouth of the Ramblas de la Entrevista and de los Caballos, on one side it borders the Calypso and on the other side it borders the Nardos beach. Its composition is gravel and sand at the mouth of the promenade and the rest is stone, ideal for diving, as it has an extensive Posidonia meadow. It is characterized by a large palm grove that is located in its vicinity. This beach is a magnificent example of a fossil beach of great geomorphological and paleontological interest.

– Los Cocedores Beach: It is difficult to find it but, as it is the last beach in the province of Almería, doubts are cleared up. It is in the district of Terreros, next to Playa de las Palmeras. What most fascinates about this 150-meter long beach is the crystal clear water and the natural pool that it forms, ideal for children who cannot swim, with its striking cliffs. It forms a natural crescent with abundant sand and magical surroundings.

– Playa Rabiosa: It is next to the Mar Serena, the most famous and busiest beach in San Juan de los Terreros. It is a small urbanized beach 250 meters long, with golden sand and shallow, calm waters. The occupancy level is high, due to the high quality and services of this beach. Like other beaches in the area, it has the ‘Q’ for Tourist Quality. This distinction certifies that the beaches that possess it present optimal equipment in terms of health, rescue, first aid, cleaning, access, leisure, beaconing or accessibility. From there we can see the Island of Terreros.

– Playa la Mar Serena: It is an extensive urban beach (700 meters), with golden sand and shallow, calm and crystalline waters, ideal for children’s bathing. The average occupancy level of this beach is high, especially in July and August, being even more accentuated on weekends and holidays.

– Calypso Beach: Urban beach of great beauty. Its waters are shallow and calm, with fine golden sand, both in and out of the water. It has impressive views of the Pichirichi and Terreros Island. It has a high degree of occupancy and has the “Q” for Tourist Quality, which certifies optimal facilities.

– Las Palmeras Beach: It is a long and rustic beach (1000 meters long). The mouth of La Rambla de las Palmeras is located on this beach. The occupancy level is low due to the fact that it is an isolated beach without a promenade, mainly composed of gravel and golden sand and its waters are calm. The name of the Beach refers to some beautiful groups of palm trees that are next to the sea and that give the place a paradisiacal aspect.

– La Carolina Beach: Its extension is 1,000 meters by 25 meters wide. The level of occupation is medium. It is an isolated beach, without a boardwalk, and mainly composed of gravel and golden sand. The usual state of the sea is calm waters. It is located very close to the town of San Juan de los Terrenos.

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