Transfers from Malaga Airport to Adra

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Monuments in Adra

Iglesia Parroquial de la Inmaculada Concepción

The construction sequence of this building and the rich heritage it holds is a faithful reflection of the history of our town in its last five centuries.

The parish of Santa María de la Encarnación de Adra, erected in 1501, belonged to the diocese of Granada until 1957. Its first church, one of the seven built in Las Alpujarras before 1530, was reduced to a covered nave with armor and a tower at its feet.

Hermitage of San Sebastián

Erected in honour of the patron saint of the plague, on the southern slope of the “mount of Christo”, the site of the ancient Abdera, part of a fish salting factory from the Roman period is preserved under the paving of the space preceding it.

Iglesia Parroquial de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias

The most outstanding monument is the Parish Church of La Alquería, dedicated to Nuestra Señora de las Angustias. It was founded a long time ago as a Muslim mosque, and was reconverted to Christianity, being a church dedicated to Santa Maria until the middle of the eighteenth century.

It was set on fire in 1570 by the Moors. Due to the damage received, they had to rebuild it around the 18th century, with the help of the Salmerón family, to whom they made carvings inside the church.



Adra is dominated by the local steppe climate. There is little rainfall throughout the year. This location is classified as BSk by Köppen and Geiger. In Adra, the average annual temperature is 18.0 ° C. The average rainfall is approximately 270 mm.

The driest month is July, with 2 mm. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in January, with an average of 38 mm.

The hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 25.6 °C in August. The lowest average temperatures of the year occur in January, when it is around 11.3 ° C.



The Phoenician origin of the city and the passage of the different Mediterranean civilisations settled in it have influenced our gastronomy for centuries.

Since time immemorial, Adra has generated an intimate communication between land and sea. It is, therefore, an agricultural and seafaring city.

The versatility of the ingredients of the sea or the fertile plain is manifested in the singularity of its dishes. Our recipes, tasty and healthy, are a living reflection of the different customs and popular traditions.

The richness and variety of fish and seafood provided by the Alboran Sea, which our fishermen so respectfully know how to catch, as well as the vegetables and fruit cultivated in the extensive Vega de Adra, are the protagonists of our cuisine.

Every year, in the month of December Adra celebrates the Tapa Route Contest.


Most typical restaurants in Adra

Coines Restaurant

It is a unique restaurant, the best raw material, in fish, seafood and signature cuisine of special dishes, grilled octopus, noodles apart, seafood paella. In addition to its unbeatable tapas. Among which the grilled tuna and the prawn omelette stand out.

Tavern La Granja de Adra

First of all this typical restaurant of Adra, we can find it in Jumilla street. It is also a family business that was founded in 1945 and one of the places of reference.

This restaurant is a tavern where you can taste both meat and fish of the best quality. It also stands out for the attention and service that its staff provides to the customers.

Garum Restaurant

This restaurant offers traditional cuisine with creative touches, high quality and excellent products. In addition, among its dishes, the meat stands out. They come from the best national markets. But there are also vegetables of internal origin or fish from the fish market itself in the port of Adra. 

In addition to all this, it is necessary to add a careful and natural elaboration, which offers a wide menu.  

Restaurant El Timón

We find it directly in the Port, in front of the Fish Market. And this restaurant offers a homemade cuisine made with fresh products of first quality. Thanks to its location its specialty is fish and seafood.

But it also offers a daily menu, a la carte food and combined dishes.

In addition, this wonderful restaurant has a large glass terrace for about 60 people and 2 rooms with capacity for 80 people.


Popular festivals in Adra

San Sebastian

The festival dedicated to San Sebastian is celebrated on January 20th in the Barrio de la Ermita. 

Saint Mark’s Day

The Festivals of San Marcos, are a festival of Andalusian tourist interest that takes place from April 25 to May 3.

In this festival, early in the morning, the celebration of the mass in honor of San Marcos takes place. In which an offering of fruits and vegetables is made in gratitude for the good harvests of the year.

 In addition, that same morning before the mass, blessed doughnuts are distributed next to the church. The streets of the historical center are decorated for the occasion and host the procession of the image. At midday, the pilgrimage begins towards San Sebastian Square next to the chapel. From the hermitage the image is carried on a throne on the trailer of a tractor accompanied by the pilgrimage.

May Crosses

The Day of the Cross is celebrated every year on May 3rd.

 The Magic Night of San Juan

The early morning of June 23rd and 24th is celebrated on the night of San Juan. Among the acts that are performed highlights the traditional bonfires and moragas on the beaches.

 Virgin of Carmen

On July 16th, this typical fishermen and sailors’ festival is celebrated. Among other events, the maritime procession that ends with the traditional fireworks display is outstanding.

The Fair of Adra

The Adra Fair is held every year from September 6 to 10 and is dedicated to the Virgin of the Sea and St. Nicholas of Tolentino. In which you can enjoy different attractions as well as the booths with their bars. In which typical food and drink of Almeria is offered.


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