You travel to Andalusia primarily for the great local food and the certain sunny days every day. The cities here boast amazing cultural heritage, including several UNESCO sites. You might be interested in places like Puente Nuevo in Ronda, Alcazar in Seville, or Alhambra in Granada.

Another big draw for your vacation here could be the vibrant nightlife in bars, a wide range of museums and galleries, and plenty of water and theme parks. Some of the most beautiful beaches include Playa Bolonia near Cádiz, Playa del Cañuelo near Nerja, and Playa de los Muertos near Almería. If you want to explore the surrounding area, you cannot miss the remote Alpujarras and their off-the-beaten-path mountain views.

It’s also worth mentioning walks through the streets of classic white villages like Frigiliana and Mijas Pueblo. Last but not least, you can complement your trip with a visit to the cave village of Setenil de las Bodegas.


Mojacar is one of the most charming locations on the Costa Calida coastline. The historic hilltop village will transport you back several centuries. There are plenty of sandy beaches here, inviting you to relax and swim. Mojacar is located right on the Mediterranean Sea between the towns of Garrucha to the north and Carboneras to the south.

“Also worth a visit is the hilltop village, which unmistakably reflects its Arab origin. Here awaits the Church of Our Lady, built in 1560, likely on the site of a former mosque. It resembles a fortress and served as such in those times. In front of it stands La Mojaquera (The Mojacar Woman) made of white marble, dressed in the local traditional costume. You will also encounter various figures of the Indalo man throughout the area. In ancient times (as confirmed by cave paintings), it adorned local dwellings and served as protection against curses or lightning. Today, it is a symbol of Mojacar. It brings luck and wealth to anyone who wears it and represents abundance and peace.

The taste of authentic Spain.


The extensive eastern coast of Andalusia surprises many tourists with its diversity and beauty, largely distancing itself from the traditional image of the Spanish coastline. Most remarkable is the 6 km long beach that stretches into the distance from the traditional fishing port of Garrucha, with its bustling harbor and renowned seafood restaurants.

The most traditional beaches include Mojacar, Garrucha, Puerto Rey, or Villaricos, which even in the peak season are rarely overcrowded. Here, you can easily find spots for diving, snorkeling, and sailing, or even have access to your own private cove during the summer months.

Playa de los Muertos is a one-kilometer-long and several tens of meters wide sandy beach located in the area of Almeria. It is one of the most charming beaches in this area. You can reach the beach in about 15 minutes via a narrow footpath leading from the adjacent road. There are no restaurants or other refreshment options near the beach, so be sure to bring an adequate supply of fluids with you.


The beaches in Vera have a gradual entry into the sea, which is why they are popular with families with young children and less experienced swimmers. Not far from the coast is the unique natural reserve – Laguna de Puerto Rey. The proximity of the mountains makes Vera an ideal center for sports enthusiasts as well, who can embark on full-day hikes into the hills and enjoy the views of the surroundings.


This natural park is characterized by its wild Mediterranean coastline, deserted, arid landscape, and numerous salt lagoons. For lovers of unforgettable nature walks, it is almost an ideal place. This is a volcanic region covering a total area of 26,000 hectares. Inland, you will find the Sierra de Gata mountain range with its highest peak, Pico de Fraile (451 meters). The park is one of the driest places in Europe. In the surrounding area, you can visit fishing villages, bays with beautiful beaches, and cliffs.


Cartagena will enchant you, not only with its historical atmosphere. There is no shortage of restaurants with delicious food, a rich nightlife, or places to shop. Among the places to visit are certainly the Roman Theater, the Castillo de la Concepción castle, the National Center for Maritime Archaeology, the Military Museum, beautiful viewpoints, and beaches.

Restaurace Riad Fatima's v Cabrera

The place is designed in traditional Moroccan style, sitting amidst the grandeur of its surroundings.
The large terrace, framed by arches, serves as a grand entrance, providing all the space needed for special occasions and large events. Riad, or as it’s more commonly known, “Fatima,” is very popular among local Spaniards and vacationing Spaniards from Madrid in this area.

The modern interior creates a comfortable environment where you can enjoy food prepared to the highest standards. The menu is diverse with a Moroccan twist that evokes all the flavors of the African continent just 130 km away. Tapas are served both at lunchtime and as appetizers, which we recommend trying. Fatima’s, open daily for lunch and dinner, is a real delight that you shouldn’t miss when visiting this amazing corner of Almería.

Phone 00 34 950 092 042.

mini hollywood (oasys)

For entertainment and a full day trip, head “up the map.” Two of Almería’s attractions are located next to each other and are worth your visit.
Take a trip towards Tabernas and transport yourself back in time to the Wild West, where abandoned towns dot the horizon.

fort bravo

This is one of the cleanest local towns. If you’re a fan of Western movies, this is the place for you. All the Western films were shot here, and the entire town is the original film set. Visit the local bar and check out the photo gallery of movie stars. You can enjoy the local restaurant, go horseback riding, walk through the movie sets, and visit the Indian reservation. Can-can dancers will entertain you at the bar, and actors will recreate scenes on Wild West horses.

The amusement park located in the West, featuring its own zoo, comes highly recommended. You can watch shows of can-can girls and spectacular stunts of Western outlaws chasing sheriffs on horses.

You can stroll through the museum, cactus gardens, old mines, and the Western town.

Throughout the area, there are picnic spots, restaurants, and shops. You can find a huge pool and relax in the sun. A mini-train will take you to the top of the park, then it’s just a short walk down to enjoy the views. Also, don’t miss the parrot show.

Both parks open every day during the main season and are located 1 hour away from Cabrera. From the entrance to Cortijo Grande y Cabrera, turn left onto the E15/A7 highway. Then, turn left towards Alfaix N340. Continue on this road, and in Tabernas, you will see signs for the theme parks.

Water park

The water park is located near the beach in Vera Playa, easily accessible and with plenty of parking spaces. It provides excellent entertainment for all young at heart. Well-equipped, the park is fully supervised by a qualified team and features 7 long winding and diverse slides.

There is also a “wave pool” and a huge leisure pool, an extensive children’s area with small slides and attractions for the little ones, various kiosks and cafes offering refreshments. Throughout the facility, there are umbrellas and sun loungers providing comfort in a relaxed environment. It’s an ideal outing for families from May to September.


Almería is renowned for its golf courses. With a climate boasting 98% sunshine every day of the year, golfers can confidently plan their games.

east valley - 18 holes

Located at the exit of Vera, this golf course is situated in a residential area where you can find shops, bars, and restaurants.

macenas - 18 holes

It’s the newest in the area, located near the sea, designed to challenge golfers of all levels, with natural hazards adding an extra challenge.

desert springs - 18 holes

Great golf course. Well-maintained fairways create a unique atmosphere. It’s about a 20-minute drive from Turre, located in the rear part of Palomares.

marina de la Torre -
18 holes

It is located between Mojácar Playa and Garrucha. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, terrace, shop, equipment, and stroller rental.
Nine holes head towards the beach, and the remaining nine are behind the hill.

Tennis club

To book a court, visit the website
At the club, you will find rackets and tennis balls.
The club requires you to wear proper footwear for your safety and to maintain the good condition of the courts.
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Street vendors

These markets offer a wide range of products and items, some offering antiques, while many others offer typical fruits and regional vegetables, as well as clothing, shoes, sweets, churros, and roasted chicken.

Local markets

From 9:00 to 13:00 hod.
Monday: Antas, Huércal-Overa.
Thuesday: Cuevas del Almanzora, Albox a Los Gallardos.
Wednesday: Mojácar, Bedar.
Thursday: Cuevas del Almanzora, Carboneras.
Friday: Garrucha, Turre.
Saturday: Veru, Orli.
Sunday: Mojácar Pueblo, Villaricos.

Arch bar

It’s located under the arch of the main square in Cabrera. Relax on the terrace of the bar with views of the mountains in this peaceful and well-known spot. The bar offers breakfast, various tapas, and daily specials.