Almunecar nightlife is hardly rowdy, especially during the winter months and in the midweek. However, there are a couple of areas worth a mention for weekend nightlife in the town centre. Plaza Kelibia is a popular square in the old town which is surrounded by tapas bars and disco bars which attract a lively crowd. It’s a good place to enjoy a few tapas before heading over to Bar Jabeque on the seaward side of the square where the drinks often flow until sunrise at weekends. For a younger crowd the place to go late on a Friday and Saturday is known as ‘Los Bajos del Paseo’ at the end of Playa Puerta del Mar. Here there’s a selection of loud music ‘copas bars’ at beach level. During the summer months there’s also an open air disco next to the waterpark at the end of Playa Velilla called Aqua-Noche.
A good night out is at Venta Luciano which is about 3km out of town along the Jete/Otivar road. They arrange regular flamenco evenings with an all inclusive price including drinks and barbecue. You’ll see them advertising their shows all over town, otherwise take a look at their website at Venta Luciano.
There are a handful of British style pubs but in general this is a Spanish town attracting mainly Spanish tourists so if you’re looking for a Costa del Sol style holiday with a wild nightlife Almunecar is not for you. However, it’s ideal for relaxed family holidays.