Popular Lettings in Vera
Highlights in Vera
- The Spanish Far West
- Delicious Mediterranean flavours
- Fun and sun at the water park
- Active and exciting holidays
- Blue Flag beaches
Most popular in Vera
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Vera
If you travel with a group of friends and you are looking for a holiday rental in Vera, that besides being close to the beach, allows you to organize fun outdoor evenings, you will find them located less than a mile from the seafront. But you will also have the option to choose a rental located in the historic center of the city, a few miles from the coastal area, along the promenade, in the area of Laguna del Rey and Natsun or in quiet rural environments, surrounded by nature. This last option is ideal for those who want to rest and disconnect completely from urban life.Rentals with swimming pools and gardens
Most rentals and properties have got their own parking area or spot, nice swimming pools to take a dip, Internet connection to keep you updated and lovely outdoor areas for your summer BBQs. The beautiful gardens allow you to take a nap, play with the children and enjoy summer nights with your friends. Properties are fully equipped with the necessary to enjoy a comfortable stay. Ideal holiday rentals for families, couples and small groups. Get your hands on a holiday rental today and enjoy the best holidays ever in Vera.
Holidays in Vera
The area and getting around
In the province of Almeria, in southern Spain, Vera enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, thousands of hours of sunshine, exquisite cuisine and a wide array of water activities. All these and much more are the main reason to choose it as your holiday destination. This charming coastal town has got two magnificent beaches. It is surrounded by the towns of Mojácar, Garrucha and Cuevas de Almanzora and it is close to Lagoon of Puerto Rey, Cabo de Gata Natural Park and the Tabernas Desert. Impressive natural beauty where to enjoy your holidays and practice your favourite activities.A great blend of tradition and modernity
Vera’s old town is the typical Andalusian planning with steep and narrow streets lined with whitewashed facades decorated with colourful flowers. In the centre is where you find the most interesting monuments whereas along the coast whereas along the coast, as with most modern coastal resorts, Vera Playa offers the best facilities including great restaurants, bars and a large water park with lots of rides and pools providing great fun for all the family. Walking north you can reach Villaricos and in the opposite direction, Garrucha, with lots of great dining options.
Travellers and activities
Being one of the sunniest destinations in the province of Almeria favours long days on its lovely beaches. It is not just about swimming or getting tanned but also having more time to enjoy your favourite water sports. Try some scuba diving in Cabo de Gata, one of the richest seabeds in Spain offering great conditions for exploring it. Go for kitesurfing and windsurfing or test your balance on a stand up paddle board. The natural landscapes offer great options for hiking, hang-gliding, and great cycling routes. So if you need to get on your feet, grab your gear and go for it.Vera for sun and beach tourism enthusiasts
Along the 5 miles of coastline, in Vera you will find amazing sandy beaches and gorgeous coves to spend your day enjoying the sun and the activities on offer. Get on your sunbed and unwind to the sound of the waves. Read your favourite book, sunbathe and enjoy a lovely ice cream while getting a nice tan. Las Marinas, Puerto Rey or Quitapellejos are Blue flag beaches with all kinds of services to have a great day out. Amongst the most frequented ones we have Playazo, considered one of the best nudist beaches in Spain. If you fancy a ride, about 40 miles from Vera you can also enjoy a day at Agua Amarga Beach.
As a naturist beach resort, did you know Vera still holds the Guiness World Record title of Skinny Dip attempt?
Top 5 travel tips in Vera
Vera is not just a coastal resort where to enjoy the sun and the beach. The old part of town is full of monumental wealth. Spend a day wandering around the narrow streets and admire the beauty of the fortress church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación in the Plaza Mayor. Take a guided tour and learn about the Convento de los Padres Mínimos the piece that links present and past in Vera. Visit the archaeological museum or the Fuente de los cuatro caños, a fountain from the 19th century, located next to the municipal laundry and the interpretation center of the water culture in Vera. Saint Augustine's chapel and the hermitage of the Virgen de la Angustias are also worth a visit.2. Walk trails of impressive beauty
In Vera you will enjoy great outdoors because of its captivating and varied walking and hiking trails. The routes traverse the countryside through valleys, desert canyons, natural parks, mountains and even the extensive coastline. All levers are welcome and each terrain allows the traveller to enjoy a bounty of fauna and flora while taking pleasure from the surrounding scenery. All trails are signposted and while walking you will pass traditional Andalusian villages as well as historical places. Enjoy the walk and immerse yourself in a wondrous adventure.3. Visit Hollywood’s Far West in Almería
The only desert in Europe is in Almería and it is known as Tabernas Desert. Rub your eyes because you will not believe you are actually in Europe - vast terrain, dazzling light, ghost environment and lots of cacti. It hardly rains and there are more than 3.000 hours of sun a year. Nature lovers, hikers and western films lovers will enjoy a day in this remarkable wild and barren landscape. After and adventurous ride through a dry valley you can reach Fort Bravo, the oldest of 14 film villages that were built for filming in this desert. If you fancy more western film sets, a few miles from there you have the very touristic Oasys and Western Leone.4. Enjoy the rides at the water park
Travelling with kids or just a group of friends, Vera Water Park is the great option to spend a fun day out in the sun in Vera Beach. Ride the waves, go down the slides, bask in the sun and let the kids play in the playground and the recreation area. There is no better way to amuse yourself and your dearest ones while having lots of fun in the water!5. Try the delicious marine flavours of its gastronomy
As a coastal resort in the Mediterranean, Vera includes lots of seafood and fish in the local recipes. A touch of sailor flavours to enrich the well known Spanish western cuisine. Recipes with fresh fish and shellfish caught in the area. But that is not all. Meat dishes are also in their menus. You can indulge yourself to the best meat recipes with the best beef, pork and mutton as well as game meat. Every recipe includes fresh greens and local produce. Do not miss the chance to try some torticas de avío, gurullos with rabbit and the meatballs stew.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Vera
At an average price of £98.66 per night, Veralies at thelower end of the price range for holiday rentals in Spain.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Vera?
If you want to make the most of your money, the cheapest months to visit Vera are March (£76.02 the average price per night for accommodation), May (£78.2), and April (£80.52).When does the price of holiday rentals in Vera go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Vera, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £155.07, £128.05, and £105.2, respectively.Is Vera a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Vera, we suggest organising your travels long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 46% in the year 2019.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
May, April, and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 73.75%, 70.25% and 68.4%.When are there fewer rental options available in Vera?
Holiday lettings in Vera reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 10%. The second most requested month is July, with 38.25%, and third is September with 48.25%.How many holiday lettings are there in Vera?
Holidu offers around 780 holiday lettings in Vera from 22 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!