Visit Cabo de Gata's stunning natural park in Almeria, Andalucia, Spain.

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The scenery that you will see in the almeriense coast changes radically as you travel from east to west and vice versa.

Almeria's coastal landscape changes dramatically as you pass from one end to the other.

The stretch of land between Granada and Almeria is mostly taken up with agriculture, and the occasional wildlife oasis. The lakes in the Albuferas de Adra Natural Reserve attract all kinds of spectacular aquatic birds. Head east and you'll notice a remarkable change in the landscape as you get closer to Cabo de Gata...

The Cabo de Gata - Nijar Natural Park is the first marine-terrestrial Natural Park in Andalusia.

It has one of the most beautiful and ecologically rich coastal strips in the whole of the western Mediterranean. It extends for over 34,000 hectares and has a a marine strip of one 12,000 hectares in width.

The park has a long rugged coastline. It's covered with idyllic bays and isolated beaches. Some of them can only be reached by foothpath.

Cabo de Gata has one of Andalucia's most dramatic coastlines. A lot of the park is made up of volcanic rocky mountains that plunge directly into the sea below. It's quite spectacular to look at.

San Miguel del Cabo de Gata is the first village you'll come to if you're coming from Almeria direction. It's close to Salinas del Cabo de Gata - a saltwater lagoon with exceptional bird life.

The next village is San Jose. It's the largest in the park. To the north you'll find the small resorts of Las Negras, La Isleta del Moro and Agua Amarga.


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  • Golden sand beach. Possibility to dive in beautiful depths. Medium occupancy. A lot of vegetation. Biosphere Reserve.

    Zona El Romeral

  • All types of services. Access for handicapped. Urban beach high occupancy. Golden sands.

    Agua Amarga

  • Pebble beach without any services offered. The ones offered are for the guests from the nearby hotel. Isolated.

    El Palmer

  • Fully equipped beach with many tourist services. Includes access for handicap. High occupancy. Dark sand and pebbles.

    Urb. Retamar

  • Pretty beach. Continuation from the Salinas. Golden sand, great bird variety, medium occupancy, and very interesting to visit.

    La Almadraba de Monteeleva. Junto a Cabo de Gata.

  • Beach with all types of services. Access for handicap. It also has various cozy and isolated coves.


  • Also known as Playa del Peñon Blanco. Golden sand beach, low occupancy but many tourists in caravans have been known to visit. Tranquil waters.

    La Isleta

  • Closeed golden sand beach, with crystal clear waters. It is an isolated cove.

    Al norte de la provincia de Almería.

  • Protected beach. Low occupancy. Isolated. No services offered.

    En los confines del Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata-Níjar.

  • Castillo de Macenas

  • 950 27 43 55

    Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata

  • 950 100 076

    Camino Ramblin, 04250 Pechina, Almería, España

  • Beach surrounded by deseert, situated in the middle of the Biosphere Reserve. Limited services offered. Incredible surroundings, low occupancy, golden sands and crystal clear waters.


  • From Monsul going north you'll find various coves like Cala de los Amarillos, Cala Principe, Cala Chica, Cala Barronal, Cala de Monsul, Cala de la Media Luna. Further north you'll find the golden...

    Monsul y zona norte del Cabo.

  • Excellent beach prized with a blue flag by the european union, many kinds of services offered, as well as handicap access. Golden sand, high occupancy.

    Cerca de Cabo de Gata

  • Beach frequented by divers due to it's rocky depths and it's diversity of fauna, and marine vegetation.

    Cabo de Gata

  • Urban beach fully equipped with all types of services. Blue flag, high occupuancy


  • White sand beach without many tourist services. Very clean, attractive scenery, and perfect for bird watching. Very interesting, and isolated.

    Cabo de Gata. Zona parque Natural.

  • Urban beach, equipped with different services for tourists. Access for handicap and blue zone for parking.

    Zona urbana de Carboneras

  • Isolated beach near a camping. Golden sand and low occupancy. Natural rest stop.

    Punta de la Polacra

  • Low occupancy beach made up of gravel and sand. The Playa de los Muertos is located in the north edge of the Natural Park and Cabo de Gata. Is is found very near a cement factory.

    Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata

  • Urban golden sand beach. Offers many services, including access for handicapped. High occupancy.

    San José

  • Urban rocky, sandy, and gravel beach. Located in the surroundings of Las Negras. Basic services.

    Las Negras

  • Urban dark sand beach. High occupancy. Many services offered for tourists. Access for handicapped.


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