Escaping the rain: This coastal town in Spain welcomes guests on the beaches all year round
With the winter holidays behind them, many Britons are now looking for a place to escape the heavy rains and gloomy skies to gain strength and inspiration for their work. Sunny weather is an important criterion that storm-tired Britons pay attention to.
Fortunately, a resort town called the least rainy city in the world is just a three-hour flight away, Daily Star writes. Almeria, located in Andalusia, Spain, can offer not only sunny weather but also affordable prices, especially in the winter season.
The city, located in the southeast of the Spanish Mediterranean coast, is known for its large nudist beach nearby, clean air, and stunning architecture.
On average, there are only 26 days of rain per year or about 200 mm of precipitation, which is almost 6 times less than in the UK.
Almeria combines mountainous terrain, beaches and parks where you can take active walks. The clear water is especially pleasant for snorkeling, and the fabulous beaches allow you to relax under the sun.
Almeria is often visited for the beautiful Alcazaba of Málaga Fortress, which has unique fountains and gardens. Tourists can visit it for just £3.
This region is famous for its seafood, which is caught right off the coast.
Round-trip tickets can be purchased at an affordable price, and off-peak season accommodation will not cost that much either.