Almería Province - Almanzora

Albánchez Albox
Albanchez has various historical monuments worth visiting, including a Renaissance church and roman aqueduct. More >
The small town of Albox is flanked by the Sierra de las Estancias and the Sierra de los Filabres mountain ranges amidst stunning countryside.
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Alcóntar Arboleas
Alcontar is located near the source of the Almanzora river, and the village centre is full of traditional architecture. More >
One of the best times to visit Arboleas is during the Feria and Fiestas of San Roque. More >
Armuña de Almanzora Bacares
Visitors to Armuña de Almanzora can see the remains of an impressive castle and a 16th century church. More >
The village church in Bacares is the centre of an important pilgrimage, taking place on 14 September. More >
Bayarque Cantoria
Bayarque is an ideal destination for nature lovers and rural tourism enthusiasts due to its pine forests and recreation zones. More >
Cantoria is home to the Palacio del Marqués de Almanzora, one of the most impressive buildings in Almería. More >
Chercos Cóbdar
Chercos has been inhabited since prehistoric times, and there are numerous cave paintings found in the Piedra Labrada. More >
Cóbdar has a large amount of archaeological remains, including the Cueva del Castillico from the Neolithic era. More >
Fines Laroya
Fines is one of the most well-preserved villages in the area, and residents here are very proud of this.
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Laroya is an ideal destination for rural tourism, as it is impossible to navigate a car through the narrow streets. More >
Líjar Lúcar
Líjar is located on the Ruta de Mármol, and is popular with hikers. More >
Lúcar is gome to the Fuente Termal de Cela, a natural pool with waters of 26 degrees all year round. More >
Macael Olula del Río
Macael provides 80% of all Spanish marble, which has been used in famous monuments such as the Alhambra in Granada. More >
Visitors to Olula del Río will notice that the marble that is found here is used almost everywhere. More >
Oria Partaloa
A large amount of archaeological remains have been discovered in Oria, from the Argaric and Muslim eras. More >
The most important monument in Partaloa is the baroque-style church, which has been declared a Historical and Artistic Monument. More >
Purchena Serón

The church in Purchena has been declared a monument of historical and artistic interest. There is also an Archaeological museum here which is worth visiting.
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Visit Serón in July for the Fiesta de Jamón, to try the famous meats and hams.
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Sierro Somontín
Sierro is another village only accessible on foot, due to the narrow and steep streets. More >
Somontín is also known as the Balcon del Almanzora (Balcony of the Almanzora) and was visited by Miguel de Cervantes. More >
Suflí Taberno
In Suflí the most famous product is the fritada, which even has its own festival in July. More >
Taberno is located on the Sierra del Madroño and is a popular destination for rural tourism. More >
Tíjola Urrácal
Tijola is also known as the Perla de Almanzora (the Pearl of the Almanzora)and combines a beautiful sierra landscape with a charming village centre.
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Urracal is half hidden by a ravine to the south of the Sierra de las Estancias.
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The Cueva del Llano de las Eras in Zurgena is home to remains from the Argaric era. More >