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The country's capital, Madrid, lies roughly 260 miles to the north of Agua Amarga.
Bolnuevo Beach and Calarreona Beach are perfect to visit if you fancy somewhere to unwind.
You'll find a number of natural sights in the vicinity of Agua Amarga. Why not travel 15 miles to Fuente Publica de Mojacar? Alternatively, enjoy the different sights and sounds of the Pita Escuela, 13 miles away.
Spend your getaway alternating between the perfectly groomed pistes and a roaring fire at Puerto de la Ragua and La Ragua. From complete newbies to veterans, there's something for everybody at these snow-covered wonderlands.
The Albardinal Botanical Garden and the La Casa de los Volcanes Ecomuseum are not far from the middle of Nijar, 11 miles to the west. Eager for more? Turre, 11 miles to the north of Agua Amarga, is home to El Mirador del Castillo and Santa Maria Church.
You may have the urge to set up base in Almería for a bit. This place is 30 miles away and not too far from the House of Cinema, Almeria Center Art Museum and the Francisco Villaespesa Provincial Public Library. Other nearby sights are the Apolo Theatre and the Monument to Victims of Mauthausen Almerienses.
Feeling ready to bite, chew, chomp, munch and swig your way across Province of Almeria? A world of unique flavours awaits you here, so get on your stretchiest slacks and bon appétit!
Custard apple and ham are two common ingredients used in many dishes here. If you don't have a thing for them already, you may by the end of your holiday!
Don't miss the chance to order a plate of flamenquín (fried bacon wrapped pork loin) or ajoblanco (bread, almond and garlic soup). These much-loved meals come highly recommended by the locals.
Still have a little give in your waistband after the main course? Then put in an order for alfajor (flour and hazelnut sweet), a delicious sweet treat.
Don't let any cultural barriers get in the way of a fun time! Make your adventure to Province of Almeria a more engaging one by memorising some expressions in the local tongue. Firstly, try to get your mouth around "¡Salud!" It translates to "cheers/good health!" Another often used phrase is "¡Hola!" ("hello").
Want to get involved in the National Day festivities? Circle the 12th of October in your travel diary and get ready to kick up your heels!
You may be poor in European euros by the end of your trip, but you'll be rich in amazing experiences. "Adiós" Agua Amarga!
With some preparation, making it to Almeria Airport (LEI), the closest airport, shouldn't be too much trouble. It's about 25 miles to the west of downtown Agua Amarga.
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