Parque Tropical Aparthotel

T: 950 102 145 / reservas@parquetropicalpuertorey.com / Puerto Rey, Vera, Almeria, Spain

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Location & Directions

From the airport:

Almeria – Direction Murcia on the motorway (autovía) A7/ E15 – Look for exit  534a towards Vera. Circumnavigate Vera and head towards (the sea) Garrucha on road C-3327. When at a large roundabout with a fountain (near the bullring) go left onto the ALP 118. You will pass a petrol station on the left and shortly after a Mercadona (supermarket). Take the left filter lane,  then at small roundabout go straight over. Take a left at the Stop sign  go straight on and you will arrive at the hotel. Approx: 45 mins.

Alicante – Direction Almeria on the motorway (autovía) A7/ E15 – Look for exit  534a towards Vera. Circumnavigate Vera and head towards (the sea) Garrucha on road C-3327. When at a large roundabout with a fountain (near the bullring) go left onto the ALP 118. You will pass a petrol station on the left and shortly after a Mercadona (supermarket). Take the left filter lane,  then at small roundabout go straight over. Take a left at the Stop sign  go staright on and you will arrive at the hotel. Approx: 1hr 50m.

Murcia (San Javier) – Head towards Cartagena on the motorway (autopista) AP7 and look for exit 800 AP7/E15 direction Almeria on the motorway (autovía) A7/ E15 – Look for exit  534a towards Vera. Circumnavigate Vera and head towards (the sea) Garrucha on road C-3327. When at a large roundabout with a fountain (near the bullring) go left onto the ALP 118. You will pass a petrol station on the left and shortly after a Mercadona (supermarket). Take the left filter lane,  then at small roundabout go straight over. Take a left at the Stop sign  go staright on and you will arrive at the hotel. Approx: 1hr 15m.

About the area.

Due to its arid landscape, numerous spaghetti westerns were filmed in Almería and some of the sets are still there. These sets are located in the desert of Tabernas. The town and region were also used by David Lean in Lawrence of Arabia (1962), John Milius in The Wind and the Lion (1975) and others.

One of Almería’s most famous natural spots is the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park. This park is of volcanic origin, and is the largest and most ecologically significant marine-terrestrial space in the European Western Mediterranean Sea. With one of the most beautiful and ecologically rich coasts of the western Mediterranean and an area of 380 square kilometres it is one of Spain’s natural jewels. The Cabo de Gata Natural Park runs through the municipal areas of Níjar, Almería and Carboneras. Its villages, previously dedicated to fishing, have become tourism spots for those interested in nature and fabulous beaches. –  More: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/

Beaches, natural spaces of great ecological value, artistic and cultural traditions along with a long list of activities and active tourism make Almeria the complete tourist destination. A province where you can find all from golf courses to beaches and mountain ranges such as the Alpujarras and Sierra Nevada where time seems to have stood still.

Vera – Today Vera is one of the most important commercial centres in the region, with a thriving traditional core and a number of supermarkets and commercial organisations spread along the ring road. Vera itself lies approximately 10 kilometers inland from the coast, but the municipality extends to the sea shore. There, a tourist settlement, named Vera Playa, has been developed. This now forms the main economic activity of Vera.Vera also has a long and wide beach with a large number of ‘chiringuitos’ (beach bars/restaurants). There are many new neighborhoods in construction and the population is growing. The weather is good all year long, and the area receives many holiday-makers. The north of Vera playa is known for its nude area, one of the largest in Europe, with accommodation and nightlife. – More: https://en.wikipedia.org

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