If you are wondering about the electricity in Almuñécar and/or Spain. We have some information for you.
Almuñécar is a town of about 30,000 people and during the high season that number can nearly triple. While the main part of town is very compact and accessible via foot there is more to it than what a map can show you. There are several Almuñécar neighborhoods that may appear close on a map, but are set in hillsides so could be quite a hike. Each area also has a different look and feel and can be active all year or mainly during the summer months.
As any responsible society should, Spain has a well-developed system of recycling used materials like paper, plastic, or soda cans. You can find recycle bins, receptacles, and containers all over the country.
We know that there are many plastics in use in Spain, but we can at least recycle to help. If you are new to Spain and come from another country the recycle system may be a bit different for you. There are usually a variety of recycle bins scattered around every city, town and even small village. Sometimes many of the recycle bins are grouped together and other times you will see just one or two.
If you like to keep moving, there is no shortage of great places to go hiking in Spain! No matter if you are in Galicia, Asturias, Pyrenees, Andalucia and many other areas, you will be sure to have a great connection with nature. We of course are based in Costa Tropical, so most of what we share will be for nearby day trips from Almuñécar.
We have compiled a great list of resources to help you explore a bit off the beat track as well as some more basic walking guides. Get moving and discover all that Spain has to offer.Continue reading
Whether you are spending 1 day in Almuñécar, 1 week, 1 month or all year, we share with you the best 25 things to do in Almuñécar with kids! This isn’t just a list of great things to do with kids, but it has been kid-tested over and over again, with rave reviews. Yes, we have kids and friends, so this list comes to you with much experience and expertise. Enjoy your family time in Almuñécar with kids! By the way you don’t need to be a kid to have a blast, so join in on the fun.
If you’re moving to Almuñécar from abroad, there are a few things you’ll probably need to set up. For the communications type of things (Internet, cell phones, SIM Cards), check out the recommendations below.
There are 2 tourist office locations within Almuñécar and one in La Herradura. Each of them is staffed with multilingual and very helpful people. They will provide you with a local map of the area and there are plenty of brochures with things to do in Almuñécar as well.Continue reading
When it comes to learning about Almuñécar, this A-Z guide should help you out. We are just having a little fun, while sharing more about the Costa Tropical area. Come along with us and enjoy Almuñécar!
Nude Beaches! You want them and we have them. Costa Tropical is a paradise for the naturist, with plenty of options to soak up the sun and enjoy the beach. Costa Tropical is a nice little secret along the coast of Granada and there are a few options for clothing optional. It is touristy enough to have the amenities you will enjoy, yet private enough to feel like you are living with the locals. While this slice of coastline isn’t vast, you certainly have a great choice of naturalists beaches to choose from.
We all love our fried dough and for some reason, they taste so much better when someone else makes them. Of course all around Spain you will find your churros and chocolate, and it is no different in Almuñécar. You will find an abundance of churrerias around town, but we do have some favorites to tell you about. The perfect place to socialize on a Saturday or Sunday morning!