AlmuñécarAt the heart of the Costa Tropical and bathed by both the old Mare Nostrum for Dry and Green rivers, this Andalusian village forcefully attracts tourism.
HistoryKnown as Sexi firmum Iulium at the end of the second century BC, the Romans found upon arrival structured and an economy based on salted fish. Powers fishing and built temples, theaters and even an aqueduct. I Abderrahmane, future emir of Cordoba, took over the reins of the new Hins al-Monaco, or what is the same, "fortress city". When the Arabs-who had perfected farming-were expelled from the city, the remarkable development of its economy was temporarily halted. Today, its basic pillars are precisely agriculture and tourism.
The proposals are rich in culinary fruits such as mango or papaya, but also include some dishes such as garlic cabañil forcefulness. Zarzuela, a stew with the best seafood, figures prominently in the letter from any typical Restaurant.
Festivals and traditions
In mid-August they celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Antigua, which combines passion with religious fervor by the seafaring life. In the verbena of San Juan, people go to the beach to wash his face with seawater and ask health in the coming year.