From Mojacar Pueblo we walked down the hill to Mojacar playa, which has a pretty promenade on the beach near the Indalo Hotel. There are loads of bars and restaurants in this area but nothing particularly memorable except for...
The cats of Mojacar Playa! There sure were a lot of them.
From Mojacar Playa we took a short bus ride to Vera Playa
Here are 2 views of the white apartments that face the beach.
There isn't a lot of quality street art in this area so it was a pleasant surprise to stumble upon this excellent piece.
I was smitten with this street-cleaner because, for some reason, it reminded me of Wall-E.
From Vera Playa we walked to Garrucha, a biggish small town with a lovely promenade and according to the lady in the cafe who served us, not much else. The town is safe and bikes aren't locked up. I couldn't decide which bike photo I like more so I posted both.
Fishing is popular on this rocky pier.
We sat here watching the sea and soaking up the rays for a while. This was the only full day of sun we had all week. So much for Almeria being the driest region in Spain... No place was immune to the bad weather that beat down on Europe. This was the wettest December in Andalucía for 50 years!
As I write this, it's snowing in Madrid. How's the weather in your neck of the woods?