Almeria was once the largest fortress built by the Muslims in Spain, its triple-fortified walls are designed to protect both palaces and mosques. The Jairán Wall on San Cristobal Hill affords superb panoramic views of the old town and the port. The population that didn't reside in these areas lived beyond the Alcazaba. Nowadays, troglodyte dwellings are the main feature of the La Chanca district.
A trace of the Arab domination before the 15th century
Beautiful and vast virgin beaches surrounded by cliffs can be found in the area around Almeria.
Almeria is one of the sunniest cities in Spain. Its city center has many historical monuments to be discovered.
Almeria is known for its beaches of fine sand. It also has the largest naturist beach in Europe.
It is possible to practice many water sports and activities in Almeria, like scuba diving, windsurfing and kite-surfing.
This fortress dates from the 13th century and is the largest one in Andalusia. Its imposing walls and splendid gardens are really worth the visit.
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