Almería


ALMERÍA

Almería History begins, in Moslem period, in 713, essentially by the hand of populations from Yemeni and Berber origin. Thanks to its strategic position by the Mediterranean Sea, Almería has been inhabited along the centuries by different civilisations providing aspects as its culture, its cuisine or folk tradition with an exceptional richness.

With an average temperature of 19º Celsius, and with the highest number of sunlight hours in Europe, this province is outlined as a strong choice for the traveller in search of rest and calm. The sea and the desert live together with the most productive and fertile vegetable gardens of the continent; its beaches and coves are paradisiac, its warm waters and its towns are full of patrimony and History.

View of the Almería Citadel. © Xurxo Lobato

View of the Almería Citadel. © Xurxo Lobato

Almería Citadel. © Xurxo Lobato

Almería Citadel. © Xurxo Lobato

Mihrab Old Mosque. San Juan Evangelista Chuch. Almería. © Xurxo Lobato

Mihrab Old Mosque. San Juan Evangelista Chuch. Almería. © Xurxo Lobato

Almería Railway Station. © Shutterstock

Almería Railway Station. © Shutterstock