Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Go in search of the Indalo Man (Almeria, Spain)

Indalo Man. (Almeria, Spain). Photo by Simon Raven ©
Explore Almeria province, in the less visited south east corner of Andalusia, Spain and you will be sure to see the symbol of a stick figure called the Indalo. This prehistoic symbol was found in a cave Los Letreros in Sierra de María-Los Vélez Natural Park. Approximately 4,500 years old, the Indalo is the official symbol of Almeria province. For a vacation to remember, why not hire a car and explore the Tabernas region, Europe's only desert, and the striking Cabo de Gata National Park. 

Download the eBook version of Lonely Planet's PDF Almeria Province chapter from the Andalucia guidebook

Andalucia - Almeria Province (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

With perfect weather (3000 hours of sunshine a year), Almería has all terrains covered: stunning coastlines (beaches and volcanic), Sorbas caves to explore, stark desert in Tabernas plus the lush green, mountainous Los Vélez region.

Coverage includes: Almería & around, Desierto de Tabernas, Níjar, Las Alpujarras de Almería, Laujar de Andarax, Costa de Almería, Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata-Níjar, Mojácar and Los Vélez.

You can pick and choose from complete guides and individual chapters, and download them to any device you like.

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