Roquetas de Mar is a tourist center and the second most important city in the province of Almería in Spain. Roquetas de Mar is found almost in the south of Spain, or more precisely on the southeast coast of the Mediterranean Sea (Costa del Almería). The beaches in this area are simply beautiful. The weather here is also wonderful: the sun shines 300 days a year, the sea is perfectly warm due to sunny weather, so a holiday in Roquetas de Mar is perfect for families with young children, as well as for all lovers of hot summer and warm sea.
In ancient times, Roquetas de Mar was a small fishing village, and the salt flats also lived here. The location of the village turned out to be a strange success, so it developed rapidly. Many nations have left their mark on the culture of this place, including the Arabs, Phoenicians and, of course, the Romans. Even today, Roquetas de Mar is home to people of more than a hundred nationalities who continue to contribute to culture. It is because of this cultural mix that Roquetas de Mar is so attractive and unusual.
As for the tourist infrastructure, absolutely everything is prepared for guests to have a good vacation in this city. Hotels, restaurants, entertainment ... everything is on top! In Roquetas de Mar, rest will be absolutely comfortable for everyone, without exaggerating. Las Roquetas de Mar have a water park, an aquarium, a bullfighting museum and, of course, a bullring. Bullfights on foot are not for the faint of heart, but they are nevertheless a great way to get to know Spanish culture, feel its passion and its uncontrollability.
The surroundings of the complex are of a very beautiful nature. It is home to many beautiful birds, including the amazing pink flamingos. Whales and dolphins in the coastal waters of Roquetas de Mar are also not uncommon. Many biology scientists come to town to study these beautiful animals.
Aquarium Costa De Almeria:
The Costa de Almería Aquarium has at least 15 different saltwater and fresh water tanks. The displays will teach you the cycle of the water and even allow you to pet the rays and dive with the sharks ... or you can simply marvel at them from outside the tank. Listen to informative talks about the work aquarium keepers do. Be sure to stick around for feeding times for different marine species. This aquarium has a cafeteria and a gift shop.
Santa Ana Castle:
The Castle of Santa Ana appears on the heraldic shield of Roquetas del Mar, making the place an emblem of the area. The castle's history dates back to the 14th century and contains periods of reconstruction after almost destruction. Converted into an open-access museum with exhibition space, it contains paintings, photographs and other objects of interest, as well as offers lectures and talks from time to time. The inner courtyard usually displays sculptures and even hosts seasonal concerts. Consider going on a picnic.