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Reviewed 10 February 2018

A great day out,even out of season.We went in Feb,so no crowds easy to park,and a great coffee. The shows were not available on the day we went,but it was a Friday and out of season.We spent over 3 hours here,with great views,so plenty to...More

Thank christineDevon
Reviewed 8 February 2018

Just 15 minutes outside Almeria (visit the Alcazaba!) is this desert that is proudly dubbed the only desert in Europe. It's not a sandy place, rather a rocky sandy mountaneous place that offers view from everywhere and to everywhere, home to many movie sets from...More

1  Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 28 September 2017

This is such a rip off. 10 euros each. Only 3 other people there and all left within the hour. Family live on site. Granny taken over school room. Man arrived with shopping while we were there . And all their rubbish n bags at...More

3  Thank rosemaryyoung3
Reviewed 31 July 2017

About 50mins drive from Mojacar. ~70Euros for 2 adults and 2 children but spent 7 hours there. Wild west town is pretty realistic, although may be a bit disappointing for real spaghetti western fans. Wild west show was cheesy but kids loved it (bit noisy...More

Thank LynnK99
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Truly amazing landscape, roads for riding and generally speaking a different place than what I expected when I was invited to do the round of Spain with our bikes! Very nice small villages with great places to eat awesome food and meet lovely local people!

Thank Alexander Z
Reviewed 30 January 2017

We went to Western Leone, which is probably the smallest and the least developed site. It is a little run down, but the most important thing is that the views are still the same as captured in "Once upon a time in the West". For...More

2  Thank Peter2712
Reviewed 17 October 2016

We were the only couple at this attraction today. Nevertheless it was certainly worth going and the three 'cowboys' still put on the gunfight in the saloon just for us. Of course, we couldn't understand the Spanish dialogue but you get the gist of what's...More

1  Thank SergeantRoo
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Western Leone is the smallest of the three Old West towns/sets. We went at the very end of January, and the weather was perfect. There was only us and another couple in the whole place during our visit. Classic Spaghetti western soundtracks play in the...More

4  Thank Mechelle B
Reviewed 23 September 2015

There are Four attractions here and I think some of the contributors are getting them mixed up. There is the Tabernas desert Itself, which is stunning, masses of wildlife, and amazing scenery. There is Oasis Park, Which is a western cowboy themed park, they do...More

23  Thank bidge632000
Reviewed 19 September 2015

Dont miss Western Leone if you are into western films. The saloon on this spaghetti western film set is the actual house in the film Once Upon a Time in The West. The surrounding scenery with the music by Enio Morricone adds to the drama...More

7  Thank Geraldine C
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