Pulpí is a town located on the north-east part of Almería, on the border of Murcia. It has three very different geographical zones: the coast, a geographic depression and a mountain range that set them apart.
San Juan de los Terreros is a coastal district that belongs to the municipality of Pulpi. It is well known for its beautiful beaches; the last ones of Andalusia due to the district borders on the north with the first coastal town of Murcia.
Pulpi Playa Calypso
Playa de las palmeras pulpi terreros
pulpi playa cocedores2
Pulpi Playa Cocedores
pulpi playa mar rabiosa
Paseo Playa Mar Serena
Playa Mar Serenea
pulpi playa rabiosa
Come to visit the Giant Gypsum Geode of Pulpí, a natural monument which is located only a few minutes away from Las Gachas Holiday Cottage.
In front of San Juan de los Terreros coast there are two small islets of volcanic nature that constitute the Terreros Island and Negra Island Natural Monument.
The most typical monument is San Juan de los Terreros Castle which was built in 1764 over a promontory from which we can see a great part of Almería and Murcia coasts.
“Los Cocedores” beach
It is located in San Juan de los Terreros, next to Las Palmeras beach. What most fascinates people is its crystalline water, the natural swimming pool, ideal for children who cannot swim, and its attractive cliffs. It constitutes a natural half moon with a beautiful white sand and a magical setting. The mountain that protects it, eroded by the effect of the sea, has created an amazing landscape.
“Mar Rabiosa” beach
Just like Mar Serena beach, Mar Rabiosa beach is the most famous and visited beach in San Juan de los Terreros. It is a small beach which is 250m long, with beautiful golden sands and shallow and calm waters. From here, we can see the Terreros Island.
“Mar Serena” beach
The name of this beach is related to its main characteristic; its calm waters. It is a large beach (700m long), with beautiful golden sands and crystalline and calm waters. “El Pichirichi” is a large rock that determines the ending of Mar Serena beach and the beginning of Mar Rabiosa beach. It is located at San Juan de los Terreros city centre, the main leisure and entertainment area of the region.
It is a small beach (250m long), with beautiful golden sands and calm and shallow waters. Calypso beach acquired its current name because in the 50s Cousteau commander’s boat ended up this mythical beach.
“Las Palmeras” beach
It is a large beach (1000m long). Las Palmeras beach is made up of loose stone and golden sands. The name of the beach refers to a beautiful group of palm trees which is next to the sea, offering a stunning landscape.
“Tia Antonia” cove
It is a small cove with beautiful golden sands and crystalline waters very visited by families and inhabitants which live near the cove. This beach is 75m long and 20m wide.
It is a small beach located in a pleasant residential area of San Juan de los Terreros. This cove is 75m long and 20m wide. It has fine and golden sand, both inside and outside the water. Its water is crystalline and shallow. The name of this cove refers to “Cuartel” that was located above.