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San Jose is a little gem of a town sitting on the edge of a national park. It's hardly developed at all, which means it is both inexpensive and not crowded at all. And you are just a 10-minute walk from some of the best...More
Without doubt this area is one of my favorite places to visit in the whole of Spain (and I have visited nearly all of them in the last 20years). It's wild raw nature at its best. Hire a bike, horse trek or simply walk to...More
San Jose was a good visit, it is a typical Spanish resort with a nice sweeping sandy beach, small marina and several restaurants, mainly fish restaurants, there are other options nearer to the town area.
The resort is on the Cabo de Gata peninsula and...More
San José is beautiful - and knows it!
Streets are tiny (no motor homes beyond the first car park), no new building allowed, everything kept tidy and clean, lovely cafes and restaurants, and interesting shops.
It's beautiful for a walk.
Inevitably the prices are much...More
San Jose is a pretty , quite upmarket little seaside town, full of restaurants and nice boutique type shops. We didn't swim but the beach looked lovely. Great place to go if you like seafood judging by the menus on display at the restaurants down...More
This area is stunning but let's get the plastic bashing issue out of the way first. There are literally miles and miles of plastic greenhouses from Motril to Almeria and beyond. The plastic explosion is because of us though. We want 4 harvests a year,...More
Wonderful wild beaches sorrounded by hills and cliffs give you the possibility to great snorkeling, body surfing and wind surfing. San Jose is an old fishing village surrounded by hills and the view from most houses are magnificent. The village has developped into a tourist...More
Excellent beaches ( Los Muertos Beach, - Barronal Beach, Mónsul Beach) located in the Natural Reserve. You need a car to get to the beaches although there is a bus service from the town San Jose which runs from 9am to 6pm from 14the June...More