Nerja has become the Costa del Sol’s number one destination for the discerning traveler. Pretty, charming and tranquil, Nerja has something for everyone!
Want to find the best hotels, apartments and villas in Nerja? The best way to get to Nerja? Which sights are a must see? Which beaches are right for you and your family? What is the local nightlife like? What activities are there and how can we Nerja has an amazing average of 300 days of wonderful sunshine and the sea temperature is often over 20°C even in November! keep the kids busy? Find the answers right here, before you visit Nerja. Check out our advice on superb tapas bars, the type of food on offer in restaurants, local fiestas and much more.
Nerja, on the eastern Costa del Sol, is a seaside resort of sandy coves sheltered by the impressive Sierra de Almijara mountains and often referred to as ‘The Jewel of the Costa del Sol’. A temperate climate means that Nerja is a great place to visit at any time of year. There are plenty of things to do and see in and around Nerja. The beaches are varied and many with crystal clear water, ideal for bathing throughout the summer and even in the winter with Temperatures of around 20°C in November.
Catching a glimpse of the Iberian mountain goat in its natural environment fascinates many visitors to Nerja. One campaigner through his art is promoting to keep it that way.
Burriana Playa restaurants and bars are all set for Summer business after permission granted by town hall.
Following the introduction of the 5,10 and 20 euro banknotes, the European Central Bank recently announced that the new 50 Euro note will be officially in circulation next Tuesday, 4th April. Find out here how to spot a fake note.
Nerja has been voted to be among the ten most popular destinations for travellers in spring
Summer days seem to come early? But will it last for your holiday?
An exclusive opportunity to enjoy a special opera performance in Nerja this Wednesday evening.
Tickets are for sale on the door for tomorrow evening’s exclusive Jazz concert in Nerja
Penti Lapinlampi who has some interesting works on show in town, started ‘mastering’ his art by drawing on plates since he was just five, hence came his unusual artistic name of “PEE”.
The Nerja Cave Foundation will present the 58th edition of the International Festival of Music and Dance. This spectacular presentation featuring five high quality shows, will be shown in three
locations, namely, the interior of the Nerja Caves, its outer courtyard and the central Plaza de España, the latter being free to the public.
The Cheese Market, which will include workshops on how to make cheese and of course food tasting, will take place on December 17 at 12pm in the Market hall in Nerja. Goat, sheep and cow cheese will be on sale, with various grades of maturity. Some luxury cheeses on offer will be ones spiced with rosemary, paprika or with added …