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Family from Dubai, United Arab Emirates November 2018

Wonderful experience, charming and clean accommodations and great hiking. Both the property owner John and the manager Paul were a pleasure to deal with. Paul was exceptionally helpful and attentive - pointed us to several interesting places to visit and helped arrange car rental. Highly recommended.

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Krzysztof S. August 2018

on plus: Large, 3-room apartment, air conditioning in every room, closed object with covered parking, dishwasher, washing machine, large terrace with sea view minus: only one - no wi-fi nearest nudist beach

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Couple from York, United Kingdom May 2018

Great place to stay ,your safety in the complex is very good . Hire a car then you can get around .there is a bus service .Big super market near by and 2 bars , great value for your money .Stan and Mo left us fruit ,milk ,wine ,tea ...there is English TV , WiFi

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Solo from London, United Kingdom March 2018

I needed to work on my thesis and was looking for somewhere I could work with a view, close to a small town for food and with a variety of hiking routes on the doorstep. This place met all those expectations. The photos provide accurate representation of the rooms and the surrounding landscape. As I was staying over a week and not seeking to explore wider than the immediate vicinity the owner kindly offered a transfer to and from the airport which was much appreciated. The weather was at times cold whilst I was there so was appreciative of the central heating and the wood-burning stove, not something I'd thought about or checked when looking for accommodation. The kitchen was small but equipped with the essentials and there were was a welcome set of provisions provided, a nice gesture. I bought a few staples enroute via a stop at the supermarket. There are some small shops in town (sell milk, cheese, time, wine,oil) but if you've missed market day (wednesday) and like me, are without a car, stocking up on fruit and fresh vege till next market day is important. The walks were great, I loved the western one. I found a beautiful route just behind the property that gets you up high with a vista pretty quickly -nice for a sundowner or to clear the head. Can imagine this place would be great for couples, friends that enjoy hiking and those traveling solo like looking to relax and immerse into Spanish rural life. Wi-Fi worked fine throughout my visit. My slight marking down on equipment was the DVD TV which seemed to stop DVDs playing about 2/3 the way in and the oven which I couldn't get to stay alight. Suspect there's a knack to it, instructions would be helpful. The gas hob worked fine so it didn't impinge on the experience.

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About Costa de Almería

Apartments for rent in the Costa de Almeria

The Costa de Almeria is one of the lesser known coasts of Spain, yet one of the most sun-drenched, with a beautiful sub-tropical climate. Comprised of the coastal districts of Almeria Province in the south-east corner of Andalucia, it is nestled between the Sierra Nevada mountains and the sparkling Mediterranean, boasting a 217km-long unspoiled strip, stretching from Almeria city to Granada Province in the west. Discover a diverse natural landscape, where the rugged mountain terrain calls for adventure, and the sweeping sands and numerous coves make for the perfect destination for those looking for a Mediterranean escape. From its spectacular beaches to its charming whitewashed villages, life by the coast here is perfect for those who want to get away from the main tourist crowds. Choose from traditional rustic Andalucian farmhouses to family-friendly apartments just metres from the sea.

The Costa de Almeria boasts an abundance of unspoiled beaches, nature reserves and hidden spots to while away the hours. Couples and families looking to relax in peace and quiet can find their own slice of paradise on Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park, with its tranquil cliff views and sheltered, secluded bays only reachable by foot. Discover the powdery white sands and warm turquoise waters of resorts like Roquetas de Mar, Aguadulce, Vera, Almerimar and Mójacar, with a picture-perfect background of lush green scenery. Let your hair down on one of the many Blue Flag beaches that offer an array of water sports from sailing to windsurfing, scuba diving and wakeboarding.

If you can bear to break away from the coast, learn about the region’s ancient history with a visit to Alcazaba of Almeria, a 10th century fortress in Almeria city, or take in sweeping views across the Mediterranean from 16th century Santa Ana Castle in Roquetas de Mar. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore Punta Entinas-Sabinar Natural Park, a 15km stretch of protected coastline, southwest of Roquetas del Mar. Its landscape provides the perfect backdrop for horse riding, bird watching and long evening walks, while Cuevas del Almanzora’s mountainous desert-like terrain is perfect for scenic bike rides and hiking. Practice your swing at Desert Springs Golf Club before making a splash at Aqua Vera Water Park in Garrucha; a favourite with families and just a 10-minute car drive along the coast.

Key holiday info
  • A direct flight from the UK to Almeria Airport takes approx. 3 hours.
  • Summers are hot, with temperatures reaching up to 31°C in July and August. January is the coldest month with an average temperature of 13°C.
  • The sea temperature in summer can reach 26°C.
  • There are three protected natural parks in the Costa de Almeria: Cabo de Gata-Nijar, Punta Entinas-Sabinar and Albufera de Adra.
  • The Costa de Almeria boasts over 20 Blue Flag beaches.
  • The Sierra Nevada mountain range is the second highest in Europe after the Alps! A trip to Sierra Nevada National Park is a must for hikers.