Almunecar Things to Do
Almunecar is a Spanish municipality located along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. When visiting the area, there are many attractions to see and things to do.
Almunecar’s old town is divided into two halves. The streets in the lower old town are fairly straight and wide enough for arge cars. They rise to small, level areas where you’ll find the 17th century Iglesia de la Encarnacion. You can also find the small, but beautiful, Plaza de la Constitucion, which is filled with restaurants and shops. The next part of the old town, rising steeply to the castle, is quite different. Many of its streets are really alleyways, with only a few streets wide enough to take cars. It can be slightly maze like, so take care as you wander.
While you’re in town, you can also visit the Roman baths. Almunecar was an important Roman settlement and trading port during the times of the Roman empire, and public baths were where Romans went to meet their friends. Almunecar’s baths lie near the bus station and the coast road.
Finally, visitors to the city can visit the Archaeological Museum. It’s not a huge museum, and much of the labelling is in Spanish only, but it does have some fascinating items. There are many items that date back to Roman times, included worship altars, weights, and jars.
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