Hotels in Almunyecar
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Almunyecar 284 yd from city centre
Location: in the centre of Almuñecar, 200 m. from the beach. 25 Km. from the city of Nerja and 75 Km. from Granada.
Suites Albayzin Del Mar
Almunyecar 560 yd from city centre
This beach hotel is located in the relaxing area of Almuñecar, just a few minutes walk from the city centre and only 500...
Almunyecar 712 yd from city centre
Hotel Casablanca está situado en primera línea de playa en Almuñecar, con vistas al mar. Dispone de conexión inalámbrica...
Almunyecar 831 yd from city centre
This up-market hotel is situated in Almunecar's tourist centre. San Cristobal Beach is within easy reach, just across the...
Almunyecar 838 yd from city centre
Location: less than 200 metres from San Cristóbal beach and a few minutes from the centre of Almuñécar.
Bahía Santa Cruz
Almunyecar 957 yd from city centre
Location: 500 m. from the centre of Almuñecar, in a natural setting with sea views. 900 m. from the beach and 1 Km. from...
El Palacete Del Corregidor
Almunyecar 147 yd from city centre
Set in Almuñécar, Hotel el Palacete del Corregidor offers a terrace. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and...
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Just 80km from Granada on the Costa Tropical in an area surrounded by luscious mountains and coastal vista, Almuñécar is one of Spain’s most alluring seaside towns. With wide pebble-paved beaches and palm tree-lined boulevards, it exudes a beach holiday energy with plenty of waterfront cafes, bars and restaurants to enjoy.
Almuñécar has a number of excellent budget accommodation options for families, couples and parties of friends.
Neighbourhoods of Almuñécar
Almuñécar has a number of districts, with its most popular with tourists being:
- Old Town: Almuñécar's old town is medieval with steep cobbled streets and a number of star attractions, including a castle and Town Hall.
- Beach: The Playa Puerta del Mar is the town's iconic main beach with a number of important entertainment streets, like Paseo del Altillo and Carrera de la Concepción, nearby.
What to see and do in Almuñécar
Aside from the stretches of beach which cover some 19km of natural coastline, there are also many museums, parks and historical sites in the area to visit. Castillo de San Miguel is a Moorish hilltop castle with a museum, dungeon and the best panoramic views. A small archaeological museum and Roman-era botanical park are also in the vicinity.
What to eat in Almuñécar
Almuñécar serves up high-quality coastal cuisine and Andalusian favourites. Indulge in lobster paella, stewed meats, garlic-fried prawns and a number of tapas favourites after a day on the beach.
Typical events and festivals in Almuñécar
With a number of religious and cultural holidays, Almuñécar comes to life with its festival traditions. From the Day of the Three Kings (January) to Fiestas San Jose (March) and San Juan (June), you'll find the historic centre awash with colour with processions on the beach. The Carnaval in Feb/March is also well worth visiting.
How to move around in Almuñécar
Almuñécar has a bus station just 500m from the city centre, offering connection both throughout the town (via 5 urban bus lines) and to nearby cities and towns like Granada.
The climate in Almuñécar
This region is renowned for its sub-tropical climate, bringing with it warm winters with long hot summers - perfect for beach goers.
More interesting facts about and sights in Almuñécar
Almuñécar is a historical town with many ancient ruins. A walking tour will reveal an astonishingly rich cultural heritage with Phoenician, Roman and Arab architectural ancestry.