Discover all that Cabo de Gata-Níjar National Park and Almeria can offer you
From Alojame, we want to show you the best sites of interest in the region as well as what to see and what to do there.
The best places of interest...
Arrecife de las Sirenas
Discover this hidden paradise that is crowned as one of Cabo de Gata’s jewels.
Butterfly farm of Níjar
Enjoy hundreds of butterflies floating around as you stroll through this exotic Mediterranean garden.
Almeria has an impressive enclosed fortress from the Muslim period, which has been declared a Cultural Interest point.
Catedral de Almería
Enjoy this beautiful cathedral with its unique fortress structure. The cathedral presents a transitional architecture phase between Gothic and Renaissance styles.
Iglesia de Cabo de Gata
This early 20th century Catholic church is located in Las Salinas in Cabo de Gata, with views of the Mediterranean Sea and a charm to be discovered.
Discover one of the most famous sites in the cinema world in Tabernas Desert, a movie paradise.
Geoda de Pulpí
Visit the world’s largest cataloged geode upholstered with huge crystals of selenite.
Visit caves, canyons, geodes, karst, and other extravagant phenomena carved by the river Aguas in Sorbas. This cave system has been a protected area since 1989.
If you are love speed and risks, you have to visit Almeria’s racing track.
Mesa Roldán Lighthouse
A lighthouse situated in a volcanic zone that has graced many scenes in the cinematic history.
Cortijo del Fraile
Come visit the friar’s home in Cabo de Gata-Níjar National Park. The home inspired Federico García Lorca for his work "Bodas de Sangre" and has since then been declared a point of Cultural Interest.
These ovens are located in Lucainena de las Torres and are a great architectural vestige of the 19th century.
Faro de la Polacra
This 18th century lighthouse is the tallest, active lighthouse in Spain and has wonderful views of Cabo de Gata National Park, Javana point, and San Pedro beach.
Mirador de la Amatista
Do not miss the opportunity to experience the wonderful views of Rodalquilar from the top of this cliff.
Mines of Rodalquilar
The mines are a must-see site that will take you back in time where gold or lead were main resources.
Natural pools of Cabo de Gata
Enjoy Cabo de Gata’s "natural" pools, one of the most special places of interest located in the volcanic heart of Cabo de Gata.
Castillo de Los Escullos
Explore the castle of San Felipe in the municipality of Níjar. The fort was built in 1771 during the reign of Carlos III.
Castillo del Playazo
Carlos III ordered the castle to be built in the 18th century to defend Almeria’s coast against piracy. Be sure to visit this historic site and transport yourself back in time.
Cabe de Gata’s Lighthouse
Located at the top of Arrecife de la Sirenas, you will be amazed by the incredible views of Cabo de Gata National Park that the lighthouse has to offer.
From the heart of Níjar you can access the Atalaya, and from there, you will have an incredible view of the entire town. This watchtower is a reminiscence of the Arabic period in Almeria.
Molino del Collado
Visit the Ensenada de los Genoveses to find this 19th century Mediterranean style mill that was restored to preserve its history.
Noria del Poco de los Frailes
Step back in time to the 18th century by visiting the perfectly preserved waterwheel, “noria de sangre.”
Be sure to check out one of Almeria's gems, El Alquife pier, an old mineral loading dock from 1904 built under the instruction of Gustave Eiffel.
Cerro de San Cristobal
Visit Cerro de San Cristobal for breathtaking views of Almeria. This historic site is located in Almeria’s old town and directly connects with the Alcazaba.
Let Alojame guide you and help find the best attractions by offering quality destinations for all travel enthusiasts. Explore and fall in love with this beautiful and unique place called Almeria:
Places of interest