Aquarium Almuñecar is an aquarium located in this town of Granada, just an hour's drive from the city of Granada. It has a total area of 2,566 square meters with a volume of 2 million water distributed in 18 aquariums. The total number of species that can be seen is more than 200, and has a total of 3,500 copies.
All these species are divided into two seccoines that contain different aquariums:
- Level 1: The first level refers to species related to the origins of the oceans and the evolution of marine species to this day. Includes all jellyfish aquariums, cuttlefish, octopus, sessile invertebrates, stingrays, seahorses, needle pedes, tropical aquarium and pelagic fish. It offers a global perspective of the marine world, its history and its current situation.
- Level 2: This second level emulates those Mediterranean systems closest to the coast of Almuñécar through a series of thematic aquariums: pools / intertidal, caves, rocky, precoral, coraligenic, batial bottom and Pool touches touches of pedes and Mediterranean invertebrates.
Whether you come alone or accompanied, the Almunecar Aquarium is an amazing and unique place where you can discover the secrets and wonders that keep the deep sea.