San Miguel de Levante Beach
This medium beach covers the cove of San Miguel and the tourist area of Almerimar. With dark fine sandy beach, a promenade, you could watch or join in with the diving, windsurfing, and sailing. There is plenty of parking. And facilities such as toilets, showers, umbrellas, sunbeds, and wheelchair facilities. The police and lifeguards are very good too. Later on in the day in you fancy a stroll the local is nearby (Puerto deportivo de Almerimar).
San Miguel de Poniente Beach (also known as Zapillo Beach and Las Conchas Beach)
This large beach is not far from the Levante Beach, and is also within the cove of San Miguel. The main reason this is the more popular beach is because it holds a blue flag for safe swimming. You can rent boats, go diving, sailing, and windsurfing. There are also amenities such as showers, loos, and sunbeds etc.
La Garrofa Beach
This small beach has a back drop of cliffs, although access is very easy from the road (CN-340). This beach is rural, there is dark sand mixed with pebbles, and the facilities are minimal; lifeguards, and litter patrol.
San Telmo Beach
This small beach is quiet, with fine dark sand, and calm seas. With virtually no facilities, and a difficult walk down from the cliff side.
Las Olas Beach
This is also a small rural beach with calm seas and dark fine sand. Near to the fishing port in Almeria. With facilities such as litter patrol and a lifeguard. Nearby is the local fishmonger’s it is worth sampling the local fresh fish.
There are many more beaches within the Costa Almeria, please see below for their names: