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Set on Las Salinas Beach in Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve, Hotel las Salinas offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. It features a shared living area with a fireplace. Simply everything. The owner is incredible, such a nice person, that would put u immediately confy. Hotel is located at 10mt from the beach, leave the window open and u will ear the music of the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel is SUPER clean - and in this time is very important (Covid). This would became our home for any staying in the area..
Set in El Cabo de Gata, within 656 feet of Cabo de Gata and 1.6 mi of Cabo de Gata Natural Park, Hostal Las Dunas offers accommodations with a bar and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free... On the top of all the above we like the service we got from the family that own the place. It has a very nice atmosphere
Surrounded by nature, on the west side of Sierra de Cabo de Gata, Cortijo La Molina is located in El Cabo de Gata outskirts, 1.9 mi from the beach. Alberto was very friendly and the view from the verandah was beautiful. The house was clean, cosy and had everything we needed.
Set in El Cabo de Gata, 1312 feet from Cabo de Gata and 1.4 mi from Cabo de Gata Natural Park, Casa Lenore 1 offers free WiFi and air conditioning. I was a solo traveller so the 2 level apartment was more than big enough! (There wasn't much choice of accommodation when I booked.) Everything was very clean, and the kitchen was well equipped. The host was very prompt to respond to messages and arranged a taxi for me from Almeria as I arrived on a Sunday when no buses operated. The surrounding streets were quiet and for me it was the perfect place to unwind for a 3 day break from a hectic 2 week travel schedule. The beachfront cafes/bars and restaurants provided very peaceful soujourns through the days. This apartment would be perfect for a family group.
Set in El Cabo de Gata, 328 feet from Cabo de Gata and 1.1 mi from Amoladeras, Apartamento San Miguel de Cabo de Gata Almeria offers a garden and a shared terrace. The location of the property is really good. It's not exactly in front of the beach as the description stated because it has a park in front but there are no other buildings and we liked this because it wasn't noisy. The house was really clean and nice with lots of modern appliances in the kitchen. It took me 15 minutes to figure out how to start the stove! lol Overall, it was a very nice stay.
El Cabo de Gata is amazing! It's one of my favourite places in Spain. It's a natural park with lots of cosy small towns and most beaches are set in a natural landscape so you have to make sure you take your own food and drinks with you, depending on which beach you choose. My favourite ones were playa El Cabo de Gata, playa Las Salinas, and of course Los Genoveses and Monsul (you have to get there really early in the morning to get a spot because they have controlled access during the summer). We did snorkelling and I wish I had better equipment with me because there are lots of fishies under those waters and they come really close to you! And I highly recommend doing a boat tour. We took our from Playa de las Salinas and we got in a small motorboat and had a ride around El Cabo. We had a guide who explained what we were seeing, had a stop for a quick swim and got an adrenaline rush! One last thing, if you go to El Cabo de Gata, please don't litter.Always take your rubbish with you. It crushed my heart to see the amount of rubbish people leave behind. There were lots of plastic bags, cans, cigarette buts and all sorts of rubbish.
It is a great area with a long stretch of clean safe beach. This would particularly appeal to families with children of all ages. There is a wide choice of water sports including kayaking and snorkeling. It is particularly popular with the Spanish. No kiss me quick hats, rock, candy floss and no pier with slot machines and bumper cars!!!!!!!!!! Verging on paradise.
El Cabo de Gata is a 50 minute bus ride from Almeria. There are many new villages being built on this peninsular most with brilliant sea front proms with plenty of restaurants and Tapas bars. A car is really needed to visit all these places but all are well worth the expence.
Excellent location for a DIY wildlife trip - a minority interest, but this is an area with some very unusual and interesting wildlife species, and the town is probably a better (and quieter) location than San Jose round the cape. Small town easy to get around, though perhaps with quite limited facilities.
We chose this town because of the good value hotel. When you first arrive, it seems like the end of the earth, especially in January. However, it has a great beach and promenade, some good cafés and a great restaurant (Goletta ), and some great walks/drives / bike routes around the area. Certainly enough for 3 days or more if you like hiking.
The weather was sunny and warm in November. The area was quiet. Trip around the coastline of Cabo de Gata is beautiful - worth exploring. Almeria nearby worth a visit - archeological museum, castle, shoe shops! Avoid inland greenhouse areas if you can.
Simply everything. The owner is incredible, such a nice person, that would put u immediately confy. Hotel is located at 10mt from the beach, leave the window open and u will ear the music of the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel is SUPER clean - and in this time is very important (Covid). This would became our home for any staying in the area..
Good breakfast, clean hotel with parking, not far from the sea