Adra Holidays

Adra remains a working fishing harbour and although it is relatively quiet, it is becoming more popular as it's hidden jems are uncovered.

Adra, Costa de Almeria, Spain

The Resort

With a beautiful Blue Flag beach and many historic buildings to see, Adra is becoming more popular. There are many seafood restaurants which are slightly more expensive than the tapas bars in the resort but certainly well worth sampling. There is not much in the way of shopping in Adra but with the many historic buildings to visit, you may prefer wandering round looking at these as opposed to looking at shops.

The resort of Adra is certainly a place for rest and relaxation, away from the stresses of everyday life.

The Beach

There are 3 main beaches in Adra, San Nicolas, Censo and Poniente which is the largest of the 3 and has been awarded the blue flag. The beautiful sandy beach of Poniente attracts many hundreds of holidaymakers every year.

Things to do

There is not a huge amount of things to do in Adra so daily activities are mainly centred around the beaches. There is a selection of bars and restaurants and a few touristy shops.

The resort is home to the charming 16th century Parish of the Immaculate Conception and Church of Our Lady of Angustias. The museum which looks at the history of the town is also worth a visit, as is the Molino de Lugar, a beautifully restored mill that was originally built in 1722.

There are various bonfire festivals held around Adra in June.

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Best time to visit :May to October
Nightlife :Quiet
Transfer time :1 hour
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Adra Hotels

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Mirador De Adra Hotel

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