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Departure Fri, 04 Oct Return Fri, 18 Oct
STN London
LEI Almeria
return from £75
Departure Sun, 13 Oct Return Wed, 16 Oct
MAN Manchester
LEI Almeria
return from £70
Departure Sun, 29 Sep Return Sun, 06 Oct
BHX Birmingham
LEI Almeria
return from £154
Departure Fri, 04 Oct Return Wed, 09 Oct
BRS Bristol
LEI Almeria
return from £469
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London - Almeria
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Manchester - Almeria
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Bristol - Almeria
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Exeter - Almeria
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Newcastle - Almeria
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East Midlands - Almeria
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Trips to Almeria

Almeria travel

Almeria is a lively tale of two worlds. Steeped in history from having played host to the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs and Christians over the ages. These days it is also a thoroughly modern city and a day's wandering makes it possible to take in the 10th century Arab fortress of Alcazaba and the Cathedral before a stroll down La Rambla reveals boutiques and smart terraced cafes and bars. Almeria combines historical neighbourhoods and sights with contemporary architecture and the city is home to several cutting-edge museums and art galleries, including the Cinema Museum, which showcases the city's movie industry legacy. Nearby, powdery soft sun-soaked beaches offer visitors on a trip to Almeria the perfect relaxation and escape. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Almeria!

Things to do and places to see in Almeria

The Alcazaba fortress and the Cathedral paint an image of Almeria's past, while through the centre of the city, the long, tree-lined La Rambla, Avenide de Federico García Lorca, is the key thoroughfare that leads to the port and beaches lined with bustling cafes and enticing shops. The main shopping area clusters around the nearby Avenida del Mediterraneo.

When visiting Almeria, be sure to:

  • Visit the Alcazaba of Almeria, an imposing Moorish fortress built in the 10th century
  • Shop 'till you drop on the Avenida del Mediterraneo, which is lined with enticing boutiques
  • See the Barrio de la Chanca, colourful cave-like dwellings where some families live to this day
  • See the sights from a new angle by catching the tourist train through the old quarter and port area
  • Indulge in some well-deserved relaxation time at the ancient Aire de Almeria Arabic baths
  • Visit the 16th century cathedral, a blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles
  • Savour bite-size morsels of tapas, the perfect accompaniment to an aperitif
  • Take a tour of La Casa del Cine (Cinema Museum) which features exhibits from over 200 movies
  • Discover The School of Arts, which dates back to the 16th century, and is where Federico García Lorca did his studies
  • Head down to the Barrio de los Pescadores for some freshly caught seafood

Almeria airports

Passengers on a flight to Almeria, located in the southeast of Spain in Andalusia, will land at Almeria Airport, a small airport in the Bay of Almeria around five miles from the city centre. The airport also provides good access to other tourist destinations including Aguadulce, El Ejido and Mojacar.

  • Almeria Airport

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    There are numerous large airlines operating cheap flights to Almeria including: easyJet, Iberia and Vueling.


    Almeria Airport is located approximately six miles to the east of the city centre and about 500 metres from the coast.

    Transport options

    Access to and from Almeria Airport is straightforward, linked by the AL-14 road, which connects with the main A7 motorway. There are some car rental agencies, and taxis are available in the arrivals area of the terminal. Additionally, there is a City Bus Route 20 that runs from the airport to Almeria city centre in about 35 minutes.

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