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A small natural paradise bathed by the Mediterranean Sea would be the perfect definition of the Almería-Cabo de Gata-Níjar region, the least developed and most untouched area of the province. This landscape, extending from the beaches of the capital city to the coast of the Natural Park that bears its name, is simply spectacular. Deserving of special mention are places like Arrecife de las Sirenas along which we find fishing villages that are a delight to simply walk through just to admire their traditions and customs.

The area is quiet but not neglectful of the state of its beaches, six of which boast the Blue Flag: Cabo de Gata Sur, Retamar, San-Miguel-Las Conchas, and Zapillo, all in Almería, and Aguamarga and San Jose belonging to the town of Níjar. These beaches are a lovely addition to the secluded pristine beaches known as Cala de la Polacra, Playa de los Genoveses, El Mónsul and Cala Media Luna alsolocated in Níjar, ideal spots in which to lose oneself for a few days and enjoy the appealing combination of silence, sun and sea. A highly varied landscape is found at the Cabo de Gata- Nijar Natural Park, a declared Biosphere Reserve, where visitors can wander through salt flats, dunes, the mining prairie flats of Rodalquilar or small fishing villages like Isleta del Moro.

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