The Levante Almeriense region is made up of 13 localities
. Its coastal towns contain many tourist attractions; it also has a great climate for agricultural activities.
The Bedar Water Route
is located near the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park
. The desert of Tabernas
is nearby. Along this route, you will find small ditches or channels that carry water, generally used for irrigation. Another prominent issue is the methods used for terrace cultivation. It is worth visiting the Bedar Water Route
, where irrigation methods have a very interesting Muslim historical origin.
The Levante Almeriense region is also home to the Mining Trail
, located in a mountainous environment with a Mediterranean climate where rain is rare. The "farallones" - which are like naturally formed rock piles - stand out. On the tour, you will see the ruins of “Mina Pobreza” and “Mina Alerta”.
Finally, the 7 km linear path located in the Sierra de Los Filabres
is called “Las Moletas”
. The total time to complete the route is around 5 hours. Most of the path runs along dirt roads, and because the path is located 700 meters above the sea, you will have beautiful views. Also along this path, you will encounter ruins and farmhouses, which consist of a rural house and a large farm.