Discover Mojácar

The coast of Mojácar is characterized by the diversity and beauty of its 17 kilometers of beaches, some of them still virgin, where you can enjoy the sun and the sea in a thousand different ways.

It should be noted that Mojácar offers a quality of bathing water classified as excellent and verified biweekly through official analyzes carried out by the Ministry of Environment of the Junta de Andalucía.

There are a variety of beaches in the municipality, too, in terms of equipment and location. The most accessible and close to urban centers have infrastructure designed for all audiences, and are equipped with all necessary services.

The Cape of Gata

The Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Níjar is the first maritime-land park in Andalusia (Spain).

It is a park of volcanic origin and the maritime-terrestrial protected area of greater surface area and ecological relevance throughout the European Western Mediterranean Sea.

With one of the most beautiful and ecologically rich coastal strips of the western Mediterranean and an area of 38,000 hectares, to which we must add a marine strip one mile wide (12,000 hectares), the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata has become one of the natural jewels for tourism in Almeria, Andalucia and throughout Spain.

Sport port of Garrucha

The port of Garrucha is the most important port infrastructure in the east of Almeria because of its proportions and its multifunctionality, housing commercial, fishing and sports facilities. It is situated on the coastal front of the urban center of Garrucha, a town with a seafaring essence and a long fishing tradition. With a capacity of 249 berths, the sport pantalanes have a large number of services and services: workshops, fuel, ramp, boathouse, lifting and launching place of up to 12 t, toilets, weather information, radio, first aid, parking, collection of garbage, endorsement effects and yacht club.

Beaches promenade and Puerto create an endearing and unique marine landscape in the province of Almería.