2 ene 2016

La Almadraba

This is the central section of the long beach west of Cabo de Gata lighthouse, just outside the village named La Almadraba de Monteleva and the salt flats.

Last visited: september 2013

How to get there

From Almeria (the main town in the region), drive eastbound along N-344. Past the airport, take local road ALP-202 towards Nijar and then, in a roundabout, ALP-822. This is the road that takes you to San Miguel de Cabo de Gata, already in the coast, and then continues along the beach. The next town you reach is La Almadraba de Monteleva.
You can park all along the road and then use the wooden boardwalk and stairs to the beach.

The beach

La Almadraba is some 30 m wide and it's made of coarse white sand and shingle. You may consider that this is an urban beach, at least around the town, where the tower of the church of La Almadraba is the most characteristic image in the area (you can see it in the photo above).


Only the dust bins spread over the beach and some restaurants in the town.


Not in the vicinity of the town, but as in Las Salinas beach, but moving away from the town it is easy to find a place conveniently separated from other beachgoers where you can sunbathe in the buff.


Other nude beaches in the area

I like:
  • Not far from a city, easy parking... secluded but accessible
  • A very quiet area
  • The little church
I don't like:
  • The landscape, not very interesting  (compared to other beaches in the Natural Park)

About the Author

Nat Biss

Author & Editor

I have dedicated most of my free time in the last years to discover the world, and beaches offer some of the most stunning landscapes on Earth. The next step was to enjoy them as naturally as possible, which obviously mean without clothes. Now I think it is time for me to share this liberating experience and try to help others to discover it.

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