It was surprisingly quiet, even for a Tuesday, at Plaza Fabrica de los Cangrejos, although Mirasol and Bamboo did have a reasonable number of people.
Cafeteria Nerja is at the bottom end of calle San Miguel, Nerja, and as well as being an excellent breakfast cafe, serves some good tapas. I had a ‘pinchit0’ (meat on a stick) served with bread and olives. Beer and a tapa, €1.30.
A short video of Torrecilla, El Chucho and El Playazo beaches during the build-up to Noche de San Juan.
On Friday the sea mist was rolling in and out all along the coast. Marina del Este in La Herradura, a ghost town at the best of times, looked even more eerie.
A leisurely stroll along the promenade at Burriana beach.
Wednesday was quite windy in general, but it did’t stop people flocking to Burriana beach. Not many in the bars or restaurants around midday as they were all soaking up the sun. All the services are now operational on the beach, such as lifeguards and First Aid, and Wednesday was a ‘yellow flag’ day.
The cafeteria/bar San Miguel in Plaza de las Monjas (next to the colegio San Miguel just off avenida Castilla Perez) is a very popular place, particularly during the day. The interior is relatively small but it does have a very good-sized terrace.
People often ask about walking to Frigiliana along the main roads, so this video of the bus journey to Frigiliana might be of help as regards terrain etc. It is quite a long walk, around 8 kilometres from centre to centre, and quite up and down. In summer you will definitely need to carry water and, during the heat of …
It is always nice to have a wander round Frigliana market (Thursdays), makes a change.
Plaza Cavana always gets a good crowd and the new MarBella, which replaced Casa Luque, seems to be doing quite well. It has added some barrel tables immediately outside the entrance.