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San Juan de los Terreros and Pozo del Esparto: Magic place bathed by the sun

San Juan de los Terreros and Pozo Esparto are districts of an Andalusian town called Pulpí. Pulpí is a municipality located in the province of Almería and belongs to the community of Andalusia, which borders the Region of Murcia. Our properties are located in a privileged environment of the province of Almería, where its inhabitants and visitors can enjoy beaches, mountains, culture and all kinds of activities throughout the year with a magical climate that provides us with the maximum hours of sun of all Europe.

San Juan de los Terreros

Our Pulpí, San Juan de los Terreros and Pozo del Esparto properties have a unique climate to enjoy their magnificent natural resources: with scarce rainfall in autumn and spring, their summers are long and hot and the winters are moderately cold. The average annual rainfall is 263 mm, with only 37 days of rain per year. Our climate records an average temperature of 18.4 ºC. The prevailing winds are fresh and generally loosely moist. It has 325 sunny days a year and more than 3000 hours, values that are among the highest in the Iberian Peninsula.

Nature has been generous with the lands of the Almeria Levante. In Pulpí there is a great diversity of ecosystems, the beach, the mountain, the waterfront, the sea, etc.

Pulpí has ​​10 kilometers of coastline that are an unbeatable setting to enjoy the sun and the sea all year round. Along this coast there are 13 beaches and coves that provide a wide range of tourists and inhabitants.

Among these beaches the visitor can enjoy both spectacular virgin beaches, ideal for the loneliest, as well as other tourist ones, equipped with numerous sports and leisure services.

The beaches of San Juan de los Terreros are of fine golden sand, with transparent waters of great quality and shallow, ideal for the smallest bath. Among them, Los Cocedores stands out, which forms a beautiful natural bay and has been declared a Protected Natural Landscape.

Among the urban beaches we can highlight some, such as La Serena, La Rabiosa and Calypso equipped with the Q of Quality, which present a large number of recreational activities such as concerts, exhibitions, DJs, etc. and where national sports championships are also held.

From the beaches of Terreros we can visualize the Terreros Islands that offer a unique setting full of fauna and flora and where activities such as diving are unique experiences.

Pulpí houses a great treasure that is its giant geode, discovered in 1999 in the place of the Pilar de Jaravía, this jewel will be the great tourist attraction of the municipality worldwide, since it constitutes a unique phenomenon given the dimensions, perfection, size and transparency of the crystals

The largest geode in the world is that of Naica (Mexico), whose crystals reach 10 meters, but it is located in a mine at 50ºC and with a humidity of 100%, which makes it impossible for it to be visited by the public. However, the Pulpí geode is at a temperature of 20ºC and at a more than acceptable level of humidity, therefore, it is the second largest in the world and the only one potentially visited.

The hunting activities also have deep roots in Pulpí, the preserves have a large number of partners, the Pulpí mountain ranges being the perfect setting for hunting.

Pulpí alberga un gran tesoro que es su geoda gigante, descubierta en 1999 en el paraje del Pilar de Jaravía, esta joya será el gran atractivo turístico del municipio a nivel mundial, ya que constituye un fenómeno único dadas las dimensiones, perfección, tamaño y transparencia de los cristales.

La geoda más grande del mundo es la de Naica (México), cuyos cristales alcanzan los 10 metros, pero se encuentra en una mina a 50ºC y con una humedad del 100%, lo que hace imposible que sea visitada por el público. Sin embargo, la geoda de Pulpí se encuentra a una temperatura de 20ºC y a un nivel de humedad más que aceptable, por tanto, es la segunda más grande del mundo y la única potencialmente visitable.

We emphasize for its importance the castle of Terreros, the oldest building in the municipality of Pulpí, is listed as a Site of Cultural Interest with the category of Monument. It is the symbol of the town and was built in 1764 as a fort for coastal surveillance and defense.

This area of Andalusia is full of culture and traditions that are mixed with excellent cuisine where seafood and agricultural products that are a world reference and the economic axis of Pulpí predominate.

For more information you can visit the following website: www.pulpituristico.es