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Cheap round-trip flights to Province of Almeria

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Cheap flights to Almeria

Situated on the southern coast of Spain, the ancient port city of Almeria combines Moorish influences with modern architecture, palm-fringed promenades and near-perfect weather. One of the lesser-known gems of the Spanish coast, few cities manage to combine heritage with high living in quite the same way.

When to book cheap flights to Almeria

Due to its location in the south of Spain, Almeria attracts visitors in their hoards during the summer holidays. To secure cheap flights during these months you’ll need to book well ahead.

Spain is also devoutly Catholic, so try not to visit during festivals such as Christmas and Easter if you want to secure the best deal.

While in autumn and winter the temperature drops from the heady heights of summer, it still remains balmy (if a little windy) making this the perfect time to find cheap flights. You’ll also find the accommodation more affordable and the tourist footfall much lower, so it’s a good trade off.

How to find the best deals to Almeria

Searching for flights from November to March is likely to turn up the best deals. However, for those looking at other times of the year there are ways you can use Expedia to find cheaper flights.

Make the most of the ‘Nearby Airports’ option, which you’ll find underneath your chosen departure location. Using this will show you a broader selection of flights from the nearby area, increasing your chances of grabbing one at a discounted price. Likewise, if you’re flying from London, select ‘All London Airports’ to see flights from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton. This may help you find a cheaper deal.

UK departures to Almeria

Currently, the only direct flights to Almeria from the UK depart from London. In addition, many of these are seasonal only. While you will find flights available from other locations, be aware that these require at least one stopover.

Flying direct, the average flight time is around three hours. For indirect flights, travel times will vary:

Almeria Airport and the UK airlines it serves

All flights land at Almeria Airport, a small but modern aviation hub located just five miles outside the city centre. While flights are seasonal, an adequate selection of carriers offer tickets to Almeria from the UK, including premium and budget airlines:

  • British Airways
  • Iberia
  • Vueling Airlines
  • Ryanair
  • easyJet

How to get around Almeria

Thanks to its proximity to northern Africa, the entire southern coast of Spain is a cultural melting pot of Spanish and Moorish influences. Make the most of the fortresses, palaces and churches dotting the picturesque coastline by hiring a car in Almeria. This will give you the freedom to explore the region at your own pace.

Meanwhile, Almeria itself is a compact city, squeezing a lot in to a small area. The best way to see it is on foot, perhaps stopping at a taberna or two along the way for a refreshing lemonade or crisp glass of Spanish wine to keep you going!

What to do in Almeria

Standing watch over the city is Alcazaba of Almeria, an ancient citadel dating to the 10th century. A maze of stone walls, striking gardens and complexes, the Moorish style here is quite apparent.

In contrast, the modern Museum of Almeria combines sleek architecture with fascinating exhibits, including a wide range of Neolithic relics that were excavated in the nearby area.

While here, you’ll be forgiven for wanting to take a dip the in the ocean. While there’s a beach in central Almeria, we recommend travelling outside the city to Cala Raja or Cala Arena. These two beaches are small but peaceful, and much more secluded, offering some welcome respite from the bustle of the city.

Tips for travelling in Almeria

The Almerian lifestyle is laidback and gentle – you’ll find the locals are never in much of a hurry! In high summer, traditional siestas at midday usually incorporate a lazy lunch and a nap to escape the sun. Rather than staggering around in the prickly heat, it’s a good idea to follow in the locals’ footsteps by heading back to your hotel for a rest. Then, come evening, tapas is on the cards. Unlike back home, tapas in Spain is generally considered snack food and is served rather casually in cafes and bars, so don’t be surprised if you are not treated to a sit-down meal!

Reviews from verified customers

Oct 6, 2019

Very organised boarding at gate- much less hassle

Sep 8, 2019

Cramped seats, back row. Looks like we have them on the return flight as well (28).

Jul 28, 2019

Only issue was the table was so close to my stomachs it was difficult for me to move and very difficult to eat my booked meal

May 28, 2019

Okay for a short haul flight.

Nov 18, 2018

seats are very hard

Oct 2, 2018

Very impressed with Jet2 generally. As a budget airline it really gives excellent service and will try and fly on it whenever possible. Far superior to some of the others!

Sep 26, 2018

Similar to travelling by train or bus

Jul 16, 2018

Good leg room

Jul 6, 2018

All good short flight to Spain so all went well

Jun 27, 2018

Very impressed with helpful and polite staff both at check in and on the flight