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Costa de Almeria is one of Spain s fastest developing regions. Almeria is famous for its Cabo de Gata Nature Park, home to one of the top ten beaches and top ten scuba diving venues in the world. Many classical movies have been shot under its bright, Mediterranean light: including numerous westerns. The Sierra Nevada is Europeis southernmost ski resort and is a mere 90 minutes away.

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San José Costa Almeria

Set within the Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve, Camping Albergue Tau is just 400 metres from San José Beach. It offers a restaurant with outdoor seating and simple rooms with shared bathroom facilities. There is 1 person looking at this campsite. More Costa Almeria Campsite

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Mojácar Costa Almeria

Located on the hillside of Mojacar, the cosy bungalows have outstanding views of both the surrounding landscape and the Mediterranean sea.

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El Cabo de Gata Costa Almeria

Camping Cabo De Gata is in Gata-Níjar Nature Reserve, 10 minutes’ walk from the beach. It offers an outdoor pool, tennis court, and air-conditioned bungalows with a large furnished patio. More  

Featuring wooden floors and light wooden furniture, each bungalow has a living room with a sofa and flat-screen TV. There is a private bathroom and a kitchen and dining area with a fridge and microwave.

The bungalow complex has a bar and restaurant. There is also a children’s playground and games area with billiards and table tennis. Wi-Fi is available throughout for an extra charge.

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Almeria in Spain

The provincial capital and port of Almeria is overlooked by a vast, sprawling Moorish citadel, the Alcazaba.

Also well worth exploring is Almeria´s old town, peppered with interesting monuments, including a cathedral with an impressive Gothic interior, a 300-year-old hospital and great tapas bars.

The capital of Almería is situated on the coast and has many monuments.

These include the famous Alcazaba (the largest Arab building in Spain after the Alhambra), the cathedral, and the historical harbour.

At night you could have dinner in one of the many restaurants along the promenade. Nature and walking enthusiasts could go to the popular mountain area of Sierra de Alhamilla, not far from the town.

To the Wild West from your cottage on the Costa Almería

If you would like to experience the Wild West, make an outing to the Tabernas Desert from your cottage on the Costa Almería.

This special desert scenery has been the backdrop for famous Western films. You could visit the Western village of Mini-Hollywood, with its horses, cowboys, and saloon fights.

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Campsites Costa Almeria Camping Cabo De Gata is in Gata Camping Albergue Tau Costa Almeria campsite