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Despite Almeria’s prime position between the popular Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca and the title of best sunshine record in Spain, it seems to have escaped the usual tourist droves. Instead it's happy to remain a largely undiscovered gem, boasting amazing beaches and attractions - if you book flights to Almeria with thomascookairlines.

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Away from the seafront you'll find lush hillsides, vast deserts and sleepy villages to explore, as well as the more modern attractions of some of the Costa de Almeria's best resorts. Roquetas de Mar is the most popular spot for those looking for all the trappings of an amazing holiday resort, with miles of sands, a swanky marina, and plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from. The town of Almeria itself is a fantastic prospect for sightseers who want more than just lazy days on the beach.

There’s plenty to see with stunning historical sites and architecture around every corner. There are plenty of family activities on offer in Almeria too and kids can enjoy a theme park and gentle beaches perfect for sandcastles. If you’re a family of nature lovers, the natural park and surrounding area is breathtakingly beautiful and great for hiking. Book flights to Almeria with Thomascook Airlines and discover why visitors want this unspoilt destination to remain their little secret!

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Top 5 things to do in Almeria

10 facts about Almeria


Almeria was founded in 955AD as a harbour. It is still possible to see many fascinating historical remains from this era.


La Chanca is a picturesque village of pretty pastel and whitewash houses built into the rocks of the surrounding hills.


In the 11th century Almeria offered many mulberry bushes and a thriving silk industry. You might be able to pick up some sumptuous silks at the local market.


Almeria’s famous Alcazaba was used as the setting for big budget films like Conan the Barbarian, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and Never Say Never Again.


The Paseo de Almeria is a pretty 2km promenade lined with charming shops, bars and restaurants.


Almeria’s air raid shelters, built for the Spanish Civil War, are the longest public air raid tunnels in Europe and see many visitors yearly.


The Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park ranges from craggy coastal coves to wetlands and wild flowers and small fishing villages like Agua Amarga.


The ornate Cathedral of Almeria was built to keep away Mediterranean pirates and has also been used as a mosque and a Christian church.


Cable Ingles, meaning English Cables, is an iron bridge built in 1904 following an architectural style similar to the Eiffel Tower.


The Museum of Almeria is home to collections of Prehistoric, Iberic, Roman, Greek and Muslim artefacts.