In turn, the nudist beach of Cantarriján glimpses through its crystal clear waters , surrounded by pine trees, which impregnate the environment with a pleasant aroma along with saltpeter. You can easily walk on its little crowded sands, especially in the low season months.
To enjoy the natural landscape, El Peñon del Santo is a rocky viewpoint 30 meters high, built on three rocks that emerge from the sea and form part of the Peñones de San Cristóbal Natural Monument .
Walking through its gardens and ramps, you can see the beaches of Caletillas and San Cristóbal and photograph impressive sunsets.
The Bonsai Garden Museum exhibits 2,000 square meters of specimens of native species from the Mediterranean or more exotic species imported from Asia. It is one of the most peaceful places to visit.
You can appreciate the colorful Japanese objects such as Buddhist fountains, lanterns and bull gates.
A place that children love is the Almuñécar Aquarium . It has 18 aquatic complexes and an Oceanarium 17 meters long. 3,000 specimens of 270 species of colorful fish, seahorses, sharks and jellyfish swim here. Located on Avenida de Europa, near San Cristóbal beach, it is the most modern aquarium in Andalusia .
If you are traveling with your family, you must visit the Aquatropic Water Park. It has more than 18,000 square meters of attractions and fun pools. It is located on Paseo Reina Sofía. It offers visitors a restaurant and bar to taste delicious tapas, cocktails and juices for children.
The Castillo de San Miguel is an Arab fortress and the current headquarters of the Municipal Archaeological Museum. It was built in the 13th century by the Nasrid dynasty and remodeled by the Catholic King Ferdinand. It resisted bombers in the War of Independence against the French and was used as a Christian cemetery until the middle of the last century.
Another of the emblematic places of the city is the Cave of the Seven Palaces . This is an impressive stone vault built by the Romans in the 3rd century BC. C during his campaign in Hispania.
It is located in the center of San Miguel in the urban area of Almuñécar. In this complex, you can see pottery, jewelry and sculptures from the Bronze Age and Greco-Roman times.
As a history lover, you should know the Sexi Roman Aqueduct , built in the 1st century AD. Architects consider it to be the best preserved ancient hydraulic work in Andalusia with its five sections.
Even some of its segments are currently used for the traditional irrigation system . The most popular section is the one that crosses Torrecuevas , which is 130 meters long, with 19 arches in total.
The natural beauty of the maritime landscape, the diversity of historical sites, the exquisite Andalusian gastronomy and the joy of the Sexitanos can turn your next summer vacation into an unforgettable experience for you and your family.
You can make reservations at any time of the year thanks to the pleasant subtropical climate of Almuñécar, a paradise where you can relax and connect with the tranquility of the Mediterranean Sea.