Cabo de Gata is located in the southern part of the province of Almería in Andalucia. Its coastline is dotted with cliffs, beaches and different rock formations of volcanic origin. It was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1997.
Cabo de Gata Natural Park is a unique destination for those who appreciate the few spots on the Mediterranean coast that are still free from overcrowded cities and tourist resorts. Cabo de Gata offers the visitors cliffs with spectacular views, pristine, paradisiacal beaches like the famous Playa de Los Genoveses or Monsul, and some small town beaches in excellent condition.
There are numerous activities you can do at Cabo de Gata Natural Park. There are several diving centers that offer different levels of diving to enjoy the Mediterranean sea. You can also rent a boat, take a volcanic guided tour, a kayak tour through exclusive areas of the natural park, or go on a 4×4 off-road route. Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed!