Almeria Cheap Car Hire for Travelers
Every tourist in Almeria actually explores that sky and stars at Alar Alto. Thereafter, you can proceed to the centre of the earth being the description of Jules Verne’s, at same time, explore the caves of Sorbas. On the other hand, you can move from the mountains covered by snow, Sierra Nevada to the dry desert of Taberbas, just 30 minutes drive away. A visit to the popular movie shots in Almeria will certainly dazzle all the nature, beach lovers and bird watchers. The simple reason is that there are uncountable Natural spaces, wetlands and Nature Parks.
You can visit such places as Almeria’s Natural Parks & Natural Spaces, Sierra Nevada and the Almeria Las alpujarras, Natural Park Cabo de Gata-Nijar, Desert of Tabernas, natural Park Sierra Maria-Los Velez and Gypsum karsts Caves of sorbas. Also, other place of note include, Almeria’s nature Reserves and wetlands like Printa Entinas-Sabinar and Sierra Alhamilla.
In Almeria, there is a long summer season between May to October, this is the time when temperature is at same level with the Costa del Sol. Car hire offers a very fast route close to the environment such as the village of Tabernas, part of Europe’s only desert region already being used for a lot of western movies like: The magnificent seven and The Good, The Bad, The Ugly.
Book your reservation online for cheap car hire in Almeria as well as easy access to the Spanish coastline which parades about 322 km of resorts, fishing villages in addition to lengthy sandy beaches. Ideally, flights to Almeria airport is about 3 hours beginning from a range of UK airports, meanwhile a lot of car hire firms are located there. If you can book in advance, you will save yourself valuable time and substantial amount provided you plan a pick up from the airport.
When you think of the Costa d’Almería, Strawberry Fields Forever is hardly the first thing that comes to mind but the most improbable monument you’ll find on a visit to this town is a John Lennon statue.
He stayed here in 1966 and penned the Beatles hit during his holiday. The house in which he stayed has recently been converted into a cinematography museum. This is rather fitting and if you love the movies it’s well worth a visit as the natural park of Almería, Cabo de Gata was the filming location for various blockbusters such as Lawrence of Arabia, Cleopatra and Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns. The park itself shouldn’t be left off your tour itinerary either because of the absolutely stupendous beaches.
Almería itself is a gorgeous, typically Costa town.
Sugar cube houses with tile roofs climb the lower slopes of dramatic mountains and the glittering Mediterranean washes gold sand beaches.
Like elsewhere on this coast of Spain, there’s a heavy Moorish influence and you can visit the ruins of the Alcazaba, the fortress like Cathedral, the ruins of the Castle of San Cristóbal, the ancient walls of Jayrán, the statue of San Cristóbal and the Chanca, a group of houses carved into rocks. The Museum of Almería has an interesting exhibition of artefacts spanning the Prehistoric, Iberic, Roman, Greek and Moorish ages that have contributed to the cultural heritage of the town.
Being a seaside town, tourism has naturally played a part in its development and there is plenty of shopping, eating out and nightlife along the Paseo de Coches, the pretty promenade dotted with palms and small ornamental gardens and in and about the picturesque marina.
Of course, if you’re not satisfied with the delights of Almería, hire a car and hit the coast road.