Almeria has one of the least known and most unspoilt stretches of
coastline in the whole of Spain. It has a total of 200 kilometres
of coast with long, uncrowded stretches of sand, pretty sheltered
coves and the rugged wilderness of Spain's south eastern cape.
La Garrofa Beach is a very small beach fitted
between the cliffs of deep waters. The access is easy from the road
CN-340. From the beach out you will have a exceptional view to the
Gulf of Almeria.
San Telmo Beach in Almeria is a very small beach fitted
between cliffs, of easy access up to the parking and of difficult
descent up to the sea, since it is necessary to go through a high
Las Olas Beach is a small beach rested on the counterdike
of the fishing port of Almeria, which has been recently regenerated
by the administration. It is of deep, but calm waters.
San Miguel beach possesses all kinds of services and equipments,
ideal for people who loves boisterous and crowded places. Access
across the "Avenida Cabo de Gata" with a great parking
between many Palms.
Nueva Almeria Beach is a urban beach of big dimensions.
It possesses all the services and equipments. Ideal for the most
particular in services. Close to the Palmeral exists a school of
El Bobar beach is elongated but a very narrow beach. It
has a new promenade named "Camino de Ribera" with a novel
Physical Recreative Circuit to do sports and maintain you fit and
a rail for bikes.
Costa Cabana Beach has recently been provided with an extensive
promenade. It has chiringuitos and, inside the urban development,
several establishments to taste the almeriense gastronomy.
El Perdigal Beach is not a urban beach of big dimensions
whose more out-standing characteristic be the leafy wood of tarays
that offers his interior part. The parking of this beach is very
easy to access.
El Toyo Beach is a beach of new denomination placed close
to the future Olympian Town of the Mediterranean Olympic Games XXV
to be celebrated in the year 2005.
Retamar Beach is a welll equipped urban beach, which possesses
good access to it over the (N-344) and a parking. The beach has
a promenade and chiringuitos to enjoy the gastronomy of the zone.
Torregarcia beach is a wide beach belonging to the "Parque
Natural de Cabo de Gata-Níjar". There is also an ancient
Roman factory of saltings located, recently excavated.
Las Amodaleras beach is windy with moderate swells. Los
Amodeladeras Beach lacks on services.
San Miguel de Cabo de Gata Beach has a good number of services
and equipments, school and renting of water vehicles, an excellent
promenade, and multitude of establishments.
Las Salinas de Cabo de Gata Beach, has gigantic dimensions.
Ideal for those who want to get lost, for the lovers of the nature,
of the unusual and beautiful places.
La Almadraba de Monteleva Beach, seaworthy and mediterranean
people dedicated to the development of salt and to the fishing.
La Fabriquilla Beach is an extensive beach that dies supported
on the volcanic cliffs of Cabo de Gata .