Hotels in Almeria
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Aire & Ancient Baths
Almeria 85 yd from city centre
Offering a rooftop pool overlooking Almería’s Alcazaba Fortress, this converted 19th-century building offers Arabic baths...
Almeria 240 yd from city centre
From the Almería Airport, take the A-92 towards Almería city centre. Then, take the exit to the Port (Puerto). Then, follow...
Almeria 293 yd from city centre
The hotel is situated right in the centre of Almería and is within walking distance of some of the city?s most famous landmarks...
Almeria 266 yd from city centre
Located right in the city center. A modern hotel refurbished in 2006. This is a gastronomic centre made up of a cafeteria-restaurant,...
Dream Suites & Apartments Almeria Centro
Almeria 671 yd from city centre
Situated in Almería, 1.7 km from Cabo de Gata Beach and 1 km from Almeria Air Raid Shelters, Dream Suites & Apartaments...
Almeria 781 yd from city centre
This hotel is situated in the centre of Almeria. Guests will find shops and entertainment venues nearby and the nearest beach...
Ohtels Gran Almeria
Almeria 819 yd from city centre
This charming hotel lies directly beside the yachting harbour at the heart of the business district of the town. The train...
Book your cheap hotel in Almeria
A bustling port city with connections over the Alboran Sea, Almeria is perfectly placed to explore both the bountiful Gulf of Almeria and the exceptional Sierra Nevada National Park. The city is ancient and littered with impressive heritage buildings which reflect the region's rich history and religious infuences.
You can choose from a wide variety of affordable accommodations options in Almeria, either by the coast or right in the heart of the city.
Neighbourhoods of Almeria
Almeria’s popular neighbourhoods include:
- Old Town: The city’s oldest quarter surrounds the sixteenth-century Almería Cathedral and features ancient architecture and romantic squares.
- City Centre: The modern heart of the city is home to countless shops and bustling cafés. You can also find the vibrant Central Market here.
- El Zapillo: This city’s beach area offering beautiful coastal views and a plenitude of fresh fish and seafood restaurants.
What to see and do in Almeria
As one of Spain's sunniest cities with access to a stunning coastline, Almeria is an ideal beach holiday. Within the city itself, you'll find many historical sites like the Alcazaba, an old fortress dating back to 955. Other must-see sights include Castillo de San Cristobal, the Museum of Almeria and the Segundo Recinto.
What to eat in Almeria
Almeria is famed for its food. From fresh fish and seafood to Andalusian cuisine like gazpacho, you'll find plenty of fantastic eateries and tapas bars. For local dishes, try calamares en aceit, slow-cooked calamari with white wine and garlic, and aj colorao, a lightly spiced fish and potato stew.
Typical events and festivals in Almeria
Almeria offers a fine blend of tradition and fun, with plenty of events and festivals throughout the year. San Juan night in particular is spectacular here, taking place along the beach with fireworks and barbecues in June. Later in August, a city-wide celebratory fair runs with crafts, sports and music.
How to move around in Almeria
Almeria is best explored by bus or taxi, with both taking you to all the major tourist and shopping locations. The city’s main bus and train stations are also conveniently interlinked.
The climate in Almeria
Almeria's climate is typically Mediterranean, with mild and often rainy winters and sunny, sweltering summers (30°C).
More interesting facts about and sights in Almeria
After exploring the city's rich heritage, consider a trip out to the Sierra Nevada mountain range for spectacular outdoor hikes.