Ferie med innlagt besøk til eldstajento som studerar i Almeria saman med ei veninna. Ein fantastisk fin by med ei super badestrand og strandpromenade. Byen er herlig turistfri og det er vanskeleg og finna nokon som stakkar noko anna enn spansk.Her eit bilde teke frå bymurane og litt info om byen saksa frå nettet.
Almería is both a historical and modern city. Located on the coast, it has some spectacular historical, medieval buildings alongside some very modern ones. Its Al-Andalus legacy can be seen everywhere, including in the surrounding villages and in its gastronomy. Surrounded by mountinous territory it was used to film Spaghetti Westerns in the seventies.
Almeria has been inhabited since the bronze age, some ancient caves with painting on the walls still exist. The Phoenicians, the Romans, the Iberians, the Cartaginenses and the Moors all once occupied Almeria until it finally fell to the Spanish 'Reyes Católicos' in 1489. A visit to the city offers you the chance to visit remains from all these periods.
Almería is the lightest province in Spain with 3,127 hours of daylight a year. Its warm temperatures have contributed to its economy in 2 significant ways - agriculture and tourism.