When work began on the botanical gardens in the grounds of the Nerja Caves, the old road/track between the Caves and the village of Maro was demolished. It was decided to build a bridge over the highway to connect the two areas.
Sunday January 12th 2014 is the 55th anniversary of the discovery of the Nerja Caves and at noon, a new memorial will be inaugurated at the original entrance to the caves. This will take place at noon. Further celebratory events are planned.
From January to March 2014, the Nerja Caves is offering a daily guided tour at no extra cost.
At its plenary session held on Tuesday, the Nerja Caves Foundation unanimously approved the budget for 2014, amounting to €3,924,194.
Employees and management of the Nerja Caves Foundation today signed a new collective agreement to cover 2014-15.
As part of the XIII Science Week, the Nerja Caves will be the location for two free activities aimed at popularising science and knowledge.
The old, rusting metal stands, seating and other items erected in the Nerja Caves during the 1970’s have all now been removed.
The group of experts from the Chauvet Cave in France, who last year studied the paintings inside the Nerja Caves and took samples of carbon and calcite, are back in Nerja to carry out further studies in the caverns.
More than 3,000 people attended the performances and concerts during the 54th International Festival of Music and Dance held from July 24th to July 27th 2013, according to the president of the Nerja Caves Foundation Jorge Hernández Mollar.
A tour bus, having just set down tourists at the Nerja Caves, then proceeded to knock down several trees and a pergola before crushing two cars and damaging a third.