Agua Amarga

It doesn't matter if you're in a city or a sleepy town, traveling is what you make of it. So, it's worth doing a little research on Agua Amarga in order to get the most out of your time there.

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It is some 260 miles from Madrid, the capital of Spain.

If the weather is good, pack your towel and sunscreen and set off to Bolnuevo Beach, 55 miles to the northeast of Agua Amarga, or Calarreona Beach, 35 miles to the northeast.

Adventurous types will relish in the beautiful natural attractions of this region. Sorbas Caves is located 14 miles away from Agua Amarga, while Cuevas de Sorbas lies 13 miles away.

From gliding down the slopes to building snowmen, ski resorts are great places to bring your whole group. Agua Amarga is in the vicinity of two popular ones, Puerto de la Ragua and La Ragua, merely 60 miles and 60 miles from the center of the city.

To make the most of your time in the area, consider visiting Las Negras. It's approximately 6 miles away from Agua Amarga, and is where you'll find Los Escullos Beach and Albardinal Botanical Garden. Cabo de Gata Natural Park, yet another worthwhile place, is home to La Casa de los Volcanes Ecomuseum and La Isleta del Moro. This destination is 8 miles away.

You need to head 11 miles northeast from Agua Amarga to reach Playa Macenas. There's plenty to do there, such as Mojacar Beach, Mojacar Marina Golf Club and Fuente Publica de Mojacar. Playa Macenas Golf Resort and El Mirador del Castillo are a couple more options in the area.

Get a taste of the various aromas and flavors of Almeria by tasting its food and drinks.

You mightn't have paid much attention to the virtues of custard apple and ham before, but you are sure to be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of the trip!

Any self-respecting foodie should be sure they experience flamenquín (fried bacon wrapped pork loin) and ajoblanco (bread, almond and garlic soup) before moving on to other local dishes.

Those who always seem to find some space for dessert can try alfajor (flour and hazelnut sweet).

Learning a few common Spanish phrases can sometimes be the bridge between a run-of-the-mill vacation and a deep journey through the heart and soul of a place's culture. Bien gracias, ¿y tú? is how you say fine thanks, and you. Good evening is another great one to have in your arsenal, so practice pronouncing Buenas noches.

Pull out all the stops and party for National Day, a nation-wide day of festivities on the 12th of October.

The only sad thing about taking a vacation is that it eventually must end. While it may be tough saying "Hasta la vista" to Agua Amarga, bear in mind that you're more than welcome to visit again!

When it's time for your flight, you might like to know that Almeria Airport is 25 miles to the west.

There are limited hotels in Agua Amarga on the Expedia lodging page, so be sure to book ahead.

The Hotel Cala Grande and miKasa Suites & Spa are your best accommodation options in and around Agua Amarga.

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