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Highlights in Cabo de Gata
- The charm of its seafaring villages
- paradisiacal beaches
- Active tourism in the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Nijar
- The views of the Cabo de Gata Lighthouse
- The Desert of Tabernas
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Rentals and houses in Cabo de Gata
Have you been wanting to spend a few days in Cabo de Gata for a long time but haven't found the moment? Now that you have finally decided to do it, at Holidu we offer you the chance to choose from a wide variety of cheap rentals in Cabo de Gata so that everything is perfect. Fully equipped accommodation located next to the beautiful beaches of Costa de Almeria. Almost all of them with the rustic charm and the architectural elements of the area. In white constructions and flat roofs. Surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and with a terrace or garden, where you can enjoy with your partner or your family the wonderful views of the area, book your holiday rentals in Cabo de Gata today and enjoy an incredible holiday!Spacious detached houses with swimming pool
Would you like your Cabo de Gata holiday rental to have not only everything you need, but also a private swimming pool? On Holidu you will also find a wide range of independent chalets, where you can enjoy a few days of relaxation with family or friends without worrying about the noise and spending as much time as you want outdoors. All of them surrounded by breathtaking landscapes that you can enjoy from the terrace or the garden while sunbathing. If you also want to have a children's playground, barbecue, jacuzzi or car park, all you have to do is include it in your search filters. The accommodation you are imagining is waiting for you On Holidu. Look no further!
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The area and how to find your way around
Located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, in the province of Almeria, Cabo de Gata is a cape bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, which belongs to the municipality of Nijar. A natural enclave that has remained practically virgin thanks to the situation of special isolation in which I have found the area since the beginning of the twentieth century. In the 1950s he attracted many poets who were fascinated by the beauty and exoticism of the park and reflected it in his works. A strange contrast between the blue sky and the dazzling light that bathes the arid terrain of this area and makes this destination a truly unique place within the entire Spanish geography. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Cabo de Gata and discover it for yourself?Cabo de Gata, a "rara avis" within the Mediterranean coast
Cabo de Gata is one of the few places on the Mediterranean coast that have been kept safe from the ferocious urbanism and the massification of sun and beach tourism. A destination that, without a doubt, lovers of unique destinations can appreciate. The Cabo Gata-Nijar Park covers the municipalities of the Almeria capital, Nijar and Carboneras, on an area of 38,000 hectares of land and a marine strip a mile wide, with 12,000 hectares. Wild cliffs with breathtaking views, unspoilt and urban beaches, beautiful hidden coves, a wide variety of terrestrial and marine ecosystems, and villages with seafaring charm are all the ingredients that make this place a unique destination in Spain. Don't wait any longer to book your Cabo de Gata letting!
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One of the main attractions of Cabo de Gata are its wonderful beaches and virgin coves. All of them have crystalline and very calm waters. Surrounded by a landscape of imposing volcanic cliffs, reefs, dune formations of white and grey sand, salt flats. Which makes them a real jewel of the Andalusian coast. The most frequented are those of San Jose, Agua Amarga, Los Genoveses and Monsul, but there are also small hidden coves that are not very crowded due to their difficulties of access, such as the cove of Medio, the cove of Barranco Negro, the cove of Barronal or the cove of Carnaje.Cabo de Gata for nature lovers
The Gata-Nijar Natural Park has been recognised with numerous titles, among which the Biosphere Reserve, Specially Protected Area of Importance to the Mediterranean, Site of Community Interest, Geopark and Wetland of International Importance stand out. A place of impressive beauty with a great geological variety product of vulcanism. With lava flows, domes or fossil beaches. Discover it through the many well signposted hiking trails that run through it, whether on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Or diving or snorkelling, which will allow you to discover the beauty and richness of its spectacular seabed.
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Walking along the roads that run through Cabo de Gata-Nijar, it is difficult not to come across some of the many traces that the different cultures that have settled in the area have bequeathed over thousands of years: cisterns, waterwheels, pottery and defensive Arab towers; fish salting factories and Phoenician and Roman workshops; and flour mills that reflect the importance that the cultivation of wheat and barley had in the early twentieth century.2. See the spectacular views of the Cabo de Gata Lighthouse
Arriving at the Cabo de Gata Lighthouse and contemplating the beauty of the surrounding environment, it is easy to understand why so many civilizations of the past chose this place as a settlement and reference point for navigators. The most southeastern point of the peninsula. We recommend you visit it at sunset, as you will be able to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets you have ever seen.3. Feel the protagonist of a Western film in the Desert of Tabernas
A few kilometres from the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Nijar is the Desert of Tabernas. This is where the old decorations of the Western villages are located, where hundreds of films were shot between the 50s and 80s. No films are currently being made but it is still in operation and offers live shows for tourists. There you will be able to see the sheriff's office, the funeral home, the bank and the telegraph office, among others. As well as the Museum of Cinema, a cactus garden, an Indian children's park and a zoological reserve.4. Fall in love with the charm of its seafaring villages
Other great attractions of Cabo de Gata are its villages, which still keep its essence alive. With houses of seaworthy style and Moorish flavour. But with all kinds of services: restaurants, bars, discotheques, leisure activities, etc.. If you have the time, don't hesitate to visit the most beautiful villages in the area: San Jose, Rodalquilar, San Miguel de Cabo de Gata, Agua Amarga, Las Negras and La Isleta del Moro. Towns you'll love forever.