With more than two hundred kilometres of coastline, the Province of Almeria unveils the best of its beaches, coves and coast. Its scenery enables you to admire the traces of ancient civilisations and towns, which, along with its Alcazaba and watchtowers and castles, provide the Almeria coast with a spectacular appearance.
Almeria has a long tradition of craftsmanship throughout the province thanks to the large quantity of artistic settlements and different samples of artistic expression, ranging from the potter heritage of its towns to work created with Macael marble, which was used in the construction of Granada's Alhambra, El Escorial Monastery and Cordoba's Mosque-Cathedral.
Almeria is a land enriched by the sea and mountains. Both have had a huge influence on the history of the province and its towns in a variety of ways, including in the regional gastronomy.
The cuisine you can enjoy in Almeria is varied and natural. The area's food resources from both land and sea have been used effectively throughout the centuries and have formed an important part of the Mediterranean diet.