The Costa Almeria comprises of 217 kilometres of coastline which runs from Murcia in the North to the province of Granada in the South. Among the tourist destinations on the Costa de Almeria are Vera, Mojácar, Roquetas de Mar and Almerimar. These areas are becoming more and more popular amongst Expats, who are looking for a quieter coastal life than their neighbours on the Costa del Sol.
The city of Granada lies around one hour inland from the Costa Almeria and is located at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The population of the city of Granada is estimated at 236,982 and of these a growing number of Expats are adding to the census.
Here we have listed everything we think you should know about Costa Almeria and Granada for kids, as recommended by our members, from where to shop & eat to play-groups & day-trips. We are constantly adding to all our sections and would love to hear your recommendations and comments.
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*Living in Costa Almeria and Granada - A Family Guide*
Maternity and Pregnancy in Costa Almeria and Granada
Including hospitals, doulas, midwives and English speaking gynaecologists.
Activities for Kids in Costa Almeria and Granada
Including horse riding, water parks, indoor soft play and swimming.
Day Trips for Families in Costa Almeria and Granada
Including, skiing, nature reserves and picnic areas.
Shopping in Costa Almeria and Granada
Including toy and book shops, clothes shops and organic food shops.
Family-friendly Restaurants in Costa Almeria and Granada
Including chiringuitos on the beach and family restaurants inland.
Costa Almeria and Granada Service Directory
Including medical centres and English speaking dentists.