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Puerto Deportivo de Aguadulce, Almeria, Spain
Puerto Deportivo de Aguadulce is also identified as Club Nautico Aguadulce and it is located in Roquetas de Mar, a municipality in the province of Almeria. It is well-known for its amazing coastline and transparent waters. Roquetas de Mar attracts many tourists each year, thanks to its developed tourism, being one of the major summer resorts on the Costa de Almeria. Playa de Aguadulce is one of visitors' favourite, thanks to its soft sands, but Parque Natural Punta Entina is also an incredible location for leisure activities, birdwatching and long strolls. A 16th century fort called Castillo de Ana is located near the lighthouse and it represents a romantic location, but other historic monuments can be admired, too, such as the Church Nuestra Senora de Rosario. There are plenty of accommodation services in Roquetas de Mar, that can adapt to the most pretentious tourists, such as the Evenia Zoraida Park, the Playacapricho Hotel, the Playalinda Hotel and many more.
Facilities of Puerto Deportivo de Aguadulce
Residual water collection
Cancellation Policy of Puerto Deportivo de Aguadulce : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Almeria
Almeria, a city where the old walls and fortresses are visible from a great distance, is the capital of the province with the same name, which is located in Andalusia or Andalucia, on the Spanish coast. This unique city that stands quiet on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, has an uncommon beauty, thanks to the unspoilt nature, the isolated places and the natural beauty of the environment. Those who are passionate about nature will live an amazing experience on these lands, enjoying every side of the surprising city and its surroundings. Almeria is located in the South-Eastern side of the country. There are sublime places that are waiting to be explored. The travellers who will listen to the stories of the city are rewarded with an exquisite journey.
According to official historical sources, the region of Almeria was first developed by Calipha Abd-ar-Rahman III of Cordoba in 955 AD. He was the one to build the Citadel, which is known by the name of Alcazaba, a m... more info
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