Almuñécar is a privileged place and one of the most attractive tourist spots on the Costa Tropical. It offers large beaches, excellent climatic conditions and exuberant tropical and subtropical vegetation, all this makes a unique combination throughout the European continent.
Located in the heart of the Tropical Coast, bordering the province of Malaga, it has 19 km of coastline divided into 26 beaches, and its temperatures do not drop below 18 degrees in winter, nor rise above 30 in summer, enjoying a unique microclimate with an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.
The abundance and variety of tropical products make the gastronomy of this area rich in fruits such as avocado, mango or chirimoya, in addition to the fish and shellfish.
It is also very close to Granada, where you can visit the Alhambra and its monuments, as well as the Sierra Nevada ski resort.
Among its beaches, the visitor can find exclusive corners and remote, secluded coves, even one where you can practice naturism. The offer of activities related to the sea is complete: diving, sailing, windsurfing, kayaks, also rental of jet skis and boats, or excursions from the beautiful port of Marina del Este.
For nature lovers, Almuñécar has a large number of attractions. It is an ideal place to practice all kinds of outdoor sports such as hiking, mountain biking or paragliding.