Níjar Travel guide
Níjar : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the Almería-Murcia road, Níjar is an attractive village of Moorish origin. It stands on a hill overlooking the Campo de Níjar agricultural plain and is dotted with small whitewashed houses and steep streets which give it a charming atmosphere. Níjar is well known for its blue and green pottery and its jarapas, thick strips of cotton or wool made into ponchos, shawls, blankets or rugs.
Tourist attractions Níjar : Things to see and do
Plaza de la Glorieta E - 04100 Níjar
The 15C church, very near the square, bears the arms of King Philip II (with the twin-headed eagle) on its bell-tower. Inside there is a fine artesonado (coffered) ceiling characteristic of the Mudéjar style (the style of buildings constructed by A..
E - 04100 Níjar
The watchtower perched on a hill looks over the village of Níjar. It affords a wide view of the Níjar plain, Cabo de Gata and the Mediterranean in the background.
Huebro, s/n E - 04100 Huebro
Located on the high part of the Alhamilla Mountains, this accommodation features great views from the extensive grounds and the sea. Huerta Grande offers independent villas and a shared outdoor pool. The country-style houses have tiled floors and be..