We all have different learning styles and preferences when learning something new. It is no different when you want to study Spanish. Some of us prefer one-to-one Spanish lessons and some prefer group Spanish classes. While some like to get into the details of grammar, others prefer just to listen, learn and chat. Is it best to have intensive Spanish lessons, occasional lessons, play games or just meet up with friends once a week? Only you know what you need and which will work best for you and perhaps it is a combination of them all!
Many people ask us about the weather in Almuñécar, so that means it time to make a post about it! Let’s first start by saying that the sun is usually shining, but it too needs to take a siesta once in a while.
We all want to stay healthy and be able to enjoy our lives to the fullest. Sometimes that means we need to visit a medical professional to keep us from getting ill, or help us when we aren’t feeling well. We have a few options listed for general health care in Almuñécar, (general medical doctor, optometrist, dentist, pediatrician, clinical analysis, and more). No one wants to experience and emergency, but it is always good to know what’s available to you, just in case you need it. We will cover the main medical centers and clinics in Almuñécar and also provide information about the nearest hospitals.
While we aren’t aware of any dedicated vegetarian restaurants, there are plenty of vegetarian friendly restaurants in Almuñécar. We have compiled a list of favorites of ours and our readers. Typically, if you don’t see something on the menu that meets your needs, you can ask for something special or ask to alter their menu items. For example, even when you order a salad, you need to make sure you say no meat or fish, as many automatically come with ham or tuna. Just be clear when you place your order.
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.
There are 2 Almuñécar tourist office locations 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
It is tough walking around town and wondering which restaurant is good or even great. You really can’t tell by just looking at the furnishing, so we have decided to help you with choosing where to eat in Almuñécar. We asked over 20 expats and locals about their favorite Almuñécar restaurants. They have shared with us where they like to have a nice meal out. The entrée prices are typically 10€ plus per person, but are well worth it. Of course you can stop by many of them just for drinks and tapas, as well a scrumptious meal.
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.
Live like a local and get your daily shopping done at the Almuñécar Municipal Market.