Exploring Spain: The Town of Almunecar in Andalusia

by Arūnas
Exploring Spain: A photo walk in Almuñécar

With its subtropical climate, year-round sunshine, and long beaches on the Mediterranean Sea, Almunecar (Spanish: Almuñécar) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in southern Spain. This attractive coastal resort town is located on the Costa Tropical in the province of Granada, Andalusia; it is just 1 hour east of Malaga and 1 hour south of Granada by car.

Almunecar was founded by the Phoenicians 3000 years ago. Many of the streets and buildings of its Old Town were developed by the Moors between the 8th and 15th centuries. The town has 19 km (11.8 mi) of the local coastline.

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Almunecar Map


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Almunecar Pictures


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Whitewashed houses of the Old Town
Pomegranate tree
Pomegranate tree growing in the Old Town
Pomegranate fruits
Pomegranate fruits
Andalucia
Old Town courtyard
El Majuelo botanical park
Sculpture in the El Majuelo botanical garden situated at the foot of the Castle of San Miguel
The Castle of San Miguel
The Castle of San Miguel is a Moorish fortress (13th century) situated on a mound overlooking Almuñécar
Castillo de San Miguel
The Castle of San Miguel
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Artistic mosaic benches on the town seafront
Almuñécar
Mosaic bench “Fishing”
Almuñécar
San Cristóbal Playa is the longest and best-known beach in Almuñécar; it has been awarded the Blue Flag for its cleanliness
Almuñécar
View of the northwest part of the town from the Rocks of San Cristóbal
Almuñécar
Playa Puerta del Mar, one of the town’s finest beaches, consists of gravel and fine dark sand
Mediterranean Sea
Mediterranean rocky coastline near the beach of Playa El Muerto
Andalusia
Hidden beach near Playa El Muerto
Almuñécar
Sunset on Playa El Muerto

Official website: Turismo Almunecar


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