Almeria, Spain Cruise Port
Found in the Southeast portion of Spain, you will find Almeria known to be the best kept secret of the area. In Almeria, you can also find The Alcazaba, a impressive fort that overlooks the area and offers amazing views. The cathedral and the Almeria Museum also stand out, whether you travel east to the quiet Cabo de Gata-Nijar coast or to the west toward the Roquetas de Mar, Almeria delivers an unforgettable and unique experience. Almeria is also the warmest spot in Spain, where you can also have the beach to yourself! Not too far from Almeria, you can find Granada, a high-altitude city nestled on the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Granada is certainly exciting with its narrow winding streets, plazas and outstanding cuisine. Between the two cities, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do when cruising to Almeria, Spain:
Sample the culinary excursion through the Spanish countryside with tastings at an olive oil factory, smoked ham supplier and award-winning vineyard.
Explore a spectacular cathedral featuring Gothic and Renaissance styles in the heart of the city and then an Arab fortress from the 10th century.
Take part in Almeria’s Gastronomic Heritage tour, where the region’s smoked hams, oils and wines are available for samplings when on your cruise to Almeria, Spain.
Visit The Alcazaba fortress, consisting of three main areas: a formal garden built over some of the original medieval foundations, a medieval living quarters and a mosque, and a thick-walled third section.