Places To Stay

The Costa Tropical is filled with great places to stay. We have hotels, hostels, camping, homestay, as well as self-catering apartments and villas. We have them all here.

Things To Do & See

If you are looking for things to do In Almuñécar, this should get you started. From enjoying nature to exploring our past, you will enjoy the surrounds of this great place.

Business Directory

Almuñécar Info Business Directory. Look up detailed information, (location, days, hours & more) about a local business, restaurants, services and much more.

AlmunecarInfo.com provides self-guided walking tours of Almuñécar and the surrounding areas.

The Welcome Walk, The Outer Loop, The Cotobro Colinas & more coming soon.

These are all self-guided walking tours which provide you with directions, as well as historical information and tips.  
Our passion is traveling, exploring and experiencing.

Costa Tropical (Tropical Coast) meanders along a shoreline of picturesque beaches and pristine coves, complimented by the beautiful backdrop of the mountains and the warm waters of the Mediterranean. It is located within the Province of Granada in the Autonomous Community of Andalucia.

This stretch of the coast offers visitors the unique opportunity of enjoying a subtropical micro climate in southern Spain, nestled between Costa del Sol of Málaga and Costa de Almeria. The average temperature is 20º Centigrade (68ºF) with approximately 320 days of sunshine a year. The summer months can reach near 32º Centigrade 89ºF) and the winter months 9º Centigrade (48ºF). This Spring like climate has helped the gentle slopes and fertile plains that rise up from the beach to grow a large variety of produce and tropical fruits.

The Tropical Coast is speckled with alluring typical Spanish towns and villages with a Moorish flair. Each of these offer the visitor a broad range of tourism possibilities, including all types of water-sports, outdoor activities, in addition to interesting culture and history. Costa Tropical is situated near 3 Airports (Málaga, Granada and Almería).

This site should help you find answers to those odd questions like, "How do I pay a parking ticket?". It doesn't matter if you are just moving to town, lived here for years or just visiting, you are bound to have questions and we hope to have the answers. Everything is written in English, just for you. Our business directory will help you figure out when things are open versus closed and more.

Of course sometimes a business will just put a sign up in their window stating they are "on vacation", so we can only tell you what we know. If they don't provide the hours or days, then it is tough for us to share them with you. Go ahead and check out all of the things to do and places to eat. Thanks for visiting and please do contact us, if you feel there is something which should be covered.