Antas is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalucia, Spain. All around Antas orange and lemon groves stretch for miles and other fruits and vegetables are grown on this highly cultivated area. The local market is famous in the area for the quality of its produce, and the local bars and restaurants offer good food at reasonable prices.
Antas had a number of prehistoric settlements. The remains of Neolithic and Bronze Age man can be seen in various protected sites around the town. Roman and Medieval remains have also been found here, indeed the remains of an aqueduct lie beside the road on the outskirts of the town. The old part of the town has charming streets and old houses and many of the new houses have been built in the style of yesteryear with a view to retaining this charm. The “Virgin of the Cabeza” is dedicated as the Patron Saint of Antas .The main celebration of the locality is the fiesta of the Virgin on the 8th of September.