Santa Claus arrived in town and began his trek, complete with abundant little helpers, through the streets, hurling boiled sweets with appropriate venom.
With the customary military precision we have all come to expect and accept, the five o’clock Santa procession set off from the Town Hall in calle Carmen at exactly five twenty-eight, a small crowd gathered on the Balcón de Europa in anticipation of being bombarded with boiled sweets. And they were not disappointed.
I though I’d seen it all with a Yorkie attired in a hoodie, but how wrong can one be? Well, a multi-coloured knitted body suit, complete with leggings and a separate matching bobble hat is the answer. Amazing.
The Santa Claus procession takes place today from 19:00 and follows the route: Town Hall, calle Carmen, Pintada, Angustias, Ermita, Granada, Cavana and back to the Balcón de Europa. There are parking restrictions in calle Angustias and calle Granada as from 15:00 today until the end of the procession so if you are parked in these streets then remember to …
The Santa Claus procession takes place from 19:00 on December 23rd and follows the route: Town Hall, calle Carmen, Pintada, Angustias, Ermita, Granada, Cavana and back to the Balcón de Europa.
Official Christmas lights only in the main squares of Nerja this year, and a lot less of them, due to a desire by the Council to save money. Santa Claus will, however, still be making his way around town on December 23rd.
The weather changed just in time for Santa Claus, and this year Mrs Claus/partner, to take to the streets of Nerja. Plenty of little elves on the floats to hurl the boiled sweets at high velocity to the crowds lining the streets….Photos