Costa de Almería
Costa de Almería is the tourist name that receives the coast strip of Almería, an area that covers 217 kilometers and 13 municipalities: from Pulpí, on the border with the province of Murcia to Adra, which borders the province of Granada.
Within the Costa de Almería you can find tourist destinations such as Vera, Garrucha Mojácar, Roquetas de Mar or Almerimar, and natural spaces such as the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Níjar, the Natural Park Punta Entinas-Sabinar, or the Island of San Andrés, among others.
The municipalities that form the Costa de Almería are 3:
Levante Almeriense, in the east of the province, bordering Murcia. The beaches of the Levante Almeriense are divided between the municipalities of Carboneras, Mojácar, Garrucha, Vera, Cuevas del Almanzora and Pulpí.
Almería city: the beaches within this region are located in the Bay of Almería (in the capital of the province) and in the municipality of Níjar, which includes much of the beaches of the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Níjar.
Poniente Almeriense: This region is located in the southwest of the province, bordering Granada, and its beaches are within the municipalities of Adra, Berja, El Ejido (including Almerimar), Roquetas de Mar and Enix.
Costa de Almeria stands out for being a quiet coast, with beautiful beaches and where the contact with unique and natural environments prevails.
Let yourself be seduced by all that the Costa de Almería has to offer. Recently the Corvera international airport has been opened, connecting the Costa de Almería with the main European capitals.