Introducing Almunecar holidays 2019 / 2020
On the coast in the province of Granada, Almunecar holidays present picturesque beaches and a rich historical heritage to appease any cultural cravings you may have when wandering the antiquated streets. On the southern coast of Spain, and being the prime municipality making up Costa Tropical’s colourful vibrancy, Almunecar oozes character with its narrow ancient roads, veritable architecture and quaint little shops – the type of which you would never find in more touristy parts of this captivating country. Palm-lined boulevards will provide the conveyor belt of traditional buildings and olde-worlde sights, while the beaches will be perfect for anyone wishing to swap the stone work for sandy exploits on their holidays to Almunecar.
If you want to look over all of Almunecar, capturing all of its glory, then the Arabic citadel situated between Rio Verde and Rio Seco, the two estuaries where Almunecar’s beaches are located, is the ideal place in which to do so. Here you will be provided with 360 degree views of the stunning surroundings.
A visit to Costa Tropical wouldn’t be complete without taking the short trip to La Herradura, a place where you can get involved with a number of adventurous water sports, whether you fancy taking a dive beneath the surface to peruse the myriad of varicoloured marine life or hopping aboard a yacht to sail until your heart’s content – there’s no better way to get a feel for the Mediterranean. Be sure to visit the Museo Arqueologico if you’re looking to add more history to your holidays in Almunecar, the museum hosting well-maintained artefacts such as the Cueva de Siete Palacios.
If you’ve got the kids in tow you may find a more appropriate excursion in visiting the local waterpark, AquaTropic – a host of slides and rides to appease every member of the group. For a relaxing group stay consider one of the all inclusive holiday options available.