The Costa de Almería “Coast of Almería” consists of the coastal municipalities of the province of Almería, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. The coast extends 217 kilometres (135 mi) and includes 13 municipalities, from Pulpí on the border with the province of Murcia to Adra on the border with the province of Granada.
The name “Costa de Almería” is a term established for purposes of promoting tourism within the region. In 1928 Spain began promoting the area under the name Costa del Sol; however, that name, originally referred specifically to the city of Almería, has since become attached to the coast of the province of Málaga.
Among the tourist destinations on the Costa de Almería are Vera, Mojácar, Roquetas de Mar and Almerimar, and natural areas as the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, the Punta Entinas-Sabinar Nature Reserve, and the Isla de San Andrés.