The thing with Almería is that Almería is different. It is Spain how it used to be. Unspoiled. No high rises. Empty beaches. Little villages with no more than 10 houses. Wild. Rugged.
Especially this little corner of Spain’s best kept secret. The Eastern part of the province, El Levante Almeriense.
Why are we so enchanted by Almeria you might ask. Well, Almeria is Ancient. The rich customs and fiestas of the Almerienses retain links deep into the past, unto the Moors, the Romans, the Greeks, the Phoenicians and even further than that. There are fiestas all year round and most of them are Pre-christian.
Almería is an open-air museum, with beautiful little white washed towns and villages scattered around the landscape. A landscape that changes every 25 kilometers into something new and different and always stunning.
It is hard not to fall in love with this land. When you eat the catch of the day in of the many little fishermen’s towns scattered along the coast. When you visit the markets were locally grown fruits and vegetables are being sold. The terraces from where to watch the spectacular sunsets.
More detailed information
Almería has an area of 8,774 km². With 701,688 (2014) inhabitants, its population density is 79.96/km², slightly lower than the Spanish average. It is divided in 102 municipalities. Read more about Almería on Wikipedia
We will not only show you some potential Almerian homes but will show you the way of life and the beauty of it all in this last little authentic piece of Spain, where time just passes. No matter if it is the sea, the mountains or a combination of both we will find you the special stuff.