Nerja now has the first museum in Andalucia and the fifth in Spain, to be awarded the prestigious “Q” mark for tourism quality. Located in the Plaza de España and managed b The Nerja Cave Foundation the municipal museum is the perfect place to learn about Nerja’s history and the many secrets of the Nerja Cave. The accolade of being …
History and skill combine in the exhibition of Paco Melero entitled “The Gardens of Humanity”. This delicate workmanship can be viewed in the Municipal Hall in Cristo Street in Nerja until January 8, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Artificial reefs are among the proposal to promote marine life restoration and enhancement of the marine reserve locally.
The Nerja Museum is hosting an exhibition of paintings by the Cordoban artist Antonio Quintana entitled ‘El Color de la Alegría’
The standing committee of the Nerja Caves Foundation has approved a proposal to rename the ‘Temporary Exhibition Hall’ at the Nerja Museum the ‘Ana María Márquez Hall’ – ‘Sala Ana María Márquez’.
Saturday September 27th is World Tourism Day and to celebrate this the Nerja Museum will be free entry all day, from 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 18:30.
The Nerja Museum received a total of 4,149 visitors during the months of July and August 2014, an increase of 70% on the previous year.
The Nerja Caves Foundation has launched an educational programme aimed at pupils from the second to sixth grade and involving students from a number of municipalities.
A meeting has been arranged for Wednesday evening involving representatives of the Ministry of Culture, Nerja Council, the Nerja Caves Foundation to discuss the possibility of the Ministry becoming involved with the Nerja Museum.
The cultural association for the conservation and promotion of national heritage, La Volaera, has organised a series of lectures on the history and heritage of Nerja and these will take place at the Nerja Museum on a quarterly basis.