the city and the province on the south-western coast of mainland
Spain, is covered here. The coastline or "Costa Almeria",
is long and relatively un-spoiled compared with some of the more
renowned costas. Inland Almeria is an agricultural area, easily
witnessed as you drive through mile upon mile of irrigated fields or
masses of plastic covered greenhouses that export vegetables and
fruit all over Europe.
and fishing dominate the coastal towns that sit on the blue
Mediterranean sea, although as stated previously not as a grander
scale as the "sol", "brava" or "blanca".
land and property is generally cheaper here than further north or south,
especially if you go inland a few miles. They generally attract
people who want a quieter lifestyle. Fewer tourist facilities and
attractions mean fewer visitors, although I guess this will change in
the long term with continued
arriving by air can fly to Almeria Airport, although many use other
airports north or south of the province to get the best deals.
info to assist in your visit or purchase of property there.