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The entrance to this area is unsurprisingly full of plastic tunnels and agricultural activity common to Almeria. However if you like to be away from the hustle and bustle of town this is well worth visiting.
Cars etc may be parked free of charge at...More
July 2017. OMG!!! Just see for yourselves. I visited Calabardina in the Cabo Cope area of Murcia in Spain. This was not a planned trip - as usual I always hire a car in Spain to get out and about, and my sat...More
Definitely a place we'll be heading back to.
Such a beautiful spot to have lunch, the tapas was amazing but would recommend booking ahead.
It was really quiet the day we visited. Amazing views and fantastic unspoilt part of the coast.
It's a tricky ride down to the coast when you begin to go cross country. At times you feel as if you are on a film set for Taken 3. But well worth gritting your teeth on narrow bits as the rewards are when you...More
Whether you go to the unspoilt well off any mail road village or the beaches in the vicinity it is all totally natural. There is even a beach for swimming that way. We love the natural parkland beyond the tomato greenhouses and want it to...More
Driving back from Aguilas we decided to spend a few more hours on the beach, we just pointed the car and drove, we went over a mountain with fab views then discovered a lovely pebble beach and a great restaurant for a delicious menu of...More
We bring the grandchildren here every August. Book lunch (booking a must) in the restaurante in the first bay and then go on to the third bay. Good snorkelling and good rock pools. back to the first bay for an excellent lunch. Paella always good...More