• Geographical Location:
Almuñécar is located in the Valley of the Costa Tropical of Granada, on the border with the province of Malaga. It faces south, is located near the cities of Granada (50 minutes), with its famous Alhambra Palace and its Ski resort of Sierra Nevada (90 minutes) and Malaga (50 minutes), where the Airport International Costas and each year attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world.
With a population of 22,000 and an area of 830,000 km2, Almuñécar has a subtropical climate that makes it a tourist town where you can enjoy a comfortable temperature throughout the year.

• History:
He once known as 'Sexy', Almuñécar was a Phoenician colony founded in the seventh century BC, during the Arab occupation, became one of the most important ports in Al-Andalus.
Today, Almuñécar lives thanks to tourism and agriculture industries, where subtropical crops like Avocado or the Custard.

• Monuments and Sites of Interest:
As important monuments include the Arab Castillo de San Miguel, now a museum, and several Phoenician ruins, such as the necropolis of Laurita and Puente de Noi, the VIII century BC In addition, the famous Roman aqueduct I ac, El Parque del Majuelo century, with its botanical gardens and Phoenician fish salting factories fourth century BC, The Church of the Incarnation, Renaissance style designed by Juan de Herrera and was completed in the seventeenth century, the Archaeological Museum 'Cave of 7 Palaces' and the Palace of the Najarra nineteenth century, neo-Arabic style, now a tourist office.
Other sites of interest are the Ornithological Park 'Loro Sexi' with its great diversity of Tropical Birds, Puerto Deportivo 'Marina del Este', ideal for sports like sailing or the Maritime Tourism and the Natural Park of 'Peña Escrita' perfect for rural sports like hiking or on horseback, 4x4.

• Beaches:
Of course, highlighting the large number of beaches that houses Almuñécar, a total of 14, ideal to enjoy the holidays and for carrying out various water sports like diving, windsurfing or surfing the Sky. In addition, other sports that take place in the town are assiduously Paragliding and Hang-Delta.
Among the most important and original beaches, and not to mention the Naturist Beach Cantarrijan, the coves of Cabria, El Tesorillo or Curumbico and of course the great beaches of Velilla, San Cristobal and La Herradura, of which attract large number of tourists throughout the year.

Finally, Almuñécar known for its processions of Holy Week and the August Fair with its famous fireworks the night of the 15th, giving the town a great nightlife during holiday periods which leads to the enjoyment of their Clubs, Bars and Restaurants.

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