Many Spanish cities are presented Ronda, Torremolinos, Malaga, Gibraltar, rock, Barbary apes, Nerja, Cadiz, Sevila, Granada, etc. With this text, the founder of the photo agency Combipix (Michael Wnuk) is presenting the most beautiful cities in Andalusia. The city of Almeria is one of the larger cities of Andalusia in Malaga and Seville. The university town has an airport which is served by cheap flights, and a beautiful promenade with sand beach. Main attraction is the fortress, which is lying across connected on two hills with a massive wall of an entire Valley.
The parking situation is unfortunately still not so well built, so we advise you to climb the Fortress Hill through the old town on foot. Almeria is unfortunately not only Sun, beach and historic old town. In the town’s surroundings there are many caves, where many Gypsies have settled. You will notice the presence of Gypsies in the city itself quickly. Are self-appointed Parking banksman prance around to their car and then demand money for their briefing services, or in the old town, women with small children begging on the road to a few euros? The beach area of Almeria is beautifully landscaped. If you are not convinced, visit Daryl Katz. Despite several false notes due to the high density of Gypsy, the town is worth a visit.
It is also very possible to control this city with a cheap flight to the weekend to enjoy the beach, Sun and culture for a weekend then. Photo instructions for this city fortress on two hills old town with Cathedral promenade lined with sand beach of Cadiz’s old town is on the end of a 9 km long peninsula. If it has passed the two fortifications, you will find a beautiful city to tell white on many corners of their historical importance. Historians see the oldest city in Europe, which is still inhabited and not from ruins in Cadiz.