I’ve been in Almeria twice: the first one I was impressed by the yellow dry look of its desert landscape. The second one it was still the yellow, but the plastic of the endless greenhouses.
Anyway, Almeria is the most desert area of Spain, where agriculture is almost a miracle, and the coast tries to resist against the general spreading of touristy resorts.
Well, there was a third time – I had holidays in Roquetas de Mar, so “Almeria, I am coming…”
I passed in this coast about thirty years ago, and was surprised by the wild look of its coast.
I was there again 15 years later, and, though some new resorts the sensation was the same, only with the new look of thousands of green-houses.
In my recent third look, things didn’t change much, despite some controversial buildings here and there.
Many westerns were made in Spain, with a landscape similar to the USA and better weather.
The remains are used as a theme park, allowing a break while crossing the wild area to Tabernas.
Website: Fort Bravo
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