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There is something breathtaking and beautiful about the way the arid desert meets the placid, yet intriguing Mediterranean Sea, and this rare beauty was not lost on the Spanish government, which named Cabo de Gata – Nijar a natural park. Despite this distinction, Cabo de Gata is still inhabited, but just by very few people whose ancestry here dates back centuries. They live humbly, and the conditions are rugged. This is a side to Spain that many don’t see. Indeed, the local character very much reflects the landscape, and Cabo de Gata is a perfect destination for those seeking something slightly more “extreme” as they trek through Spain. There’s a reason that the Costa de Almeria was chosen as the film location for many of Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti westerns. You can compare the Costa de Almeria not only due to that fact with popular regions in the USA like Florida, Texas or California - also the beach promenades are as amazing as in Miami Beach!