Almunecar Holidays – Many historical sights

A view of Almunecar with the beach and sea.

This picturesque Spanish town is located in the province of Granada and only 110 km from Almeria Airport. The town itself is located on the less known Costa Tropical, on the foothills of the Spanish mountain range Sierra Nevada, to the east of Costa de Almeria. Owing to the rich history, Almunecar holidays are offering not only nice beaches laced with palm tree promenades but lots of culture and historical monuments as well. These date back to Phoenician, Roman and Arab times and on your holidays in Almunecar, you will be able to see the ruins of the old Roman town foundations and aqueducts alongside its charming Moorish castle and the remnants of Moorish town architecture.

Last Minute Holidays in Almunecar – Great choice of beaches

Girls sunbathing on a sandy beach.

The year-round temperate subtropical climate has made holidays in Almunecar popular with visitors throughout the year. There is no stifling humidity and the temperatures in winter rarely drop below 10 degrees Celsius. When on Almunecar holidays, you can choose to stay in one of the smaller Spanish guest houses or any of the four star hotel complexes offering comfortable facilities for package holidaymakers. There are also various beaches around the town to choose from when on your Almunecar holidays. These range from secluded sandy coves and isolated beaches to vast sand and shingle town beaches, many of which have showers and modern beach amenities and offer lots of watersports. Some of them resemble little original fishing villages and some of them have more cosmopolitan feel. They are easily accessible by car or public transport.

All Inclusive Holidays in Almunecar – Offering trips and sports activities

A young boy on a waterslide.

Cheap holidays in Almunecar will equally appeal to both package holidaymakers, families with children and independent travellers as there are numerous accommodation and excursion options on offer in this region. Kids will love the Aquatropic, the local aquapark with many thrilling slides. The adults, on the other hand, can revel in the town’s nightlife as there are plenty of jazz bars and live music bars with flamenco shows. Try the fantastic tapas in one of the terrace restaurants in town or chill out with a Spanish ‘cerveza’ in one of the pubs. The surrounding area offers many day trips where visiting the fabulous typical Andalucian city of Granada is a must!