Almirante Ferrandiz 31, Nerja, 29 780, Spain
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Sue checking room and balcony doors (1st room)
White Truffle Restaurant
Pretty, narrow streets in Frigiliana
We are going to be staying in Nerja, if we want tovisit Frigliana do you think it is necessary to hire a car or is there a bus service there?
there is a bus service - bus station is at the top if the town - you can also get buses east (Granada, Almunecar ...), west towards Malaga where you must go see the Picasso museum. Frigiliana is very pretty, you could take the bus there and if you're reasonably fit walk down the dry river bed to Nerja.
No need to hire a car. There is a good bus service between Nerja and Frigiliana, running from Nerja 720, 945, 1100, 1200, 1330, 1500, 1600, 1900, 2030 and back at comparable intervals. It costs less than 1 Euro per passenger for a single journey.
The bus leaves Nerja from the top of the town and passes through the 'new' part of Frigiliana before stopping at the foot of the old village before making the return trip. The taxi rank is also here, so you can always take a cab back to Nerja if you don't want to wait for the bus. More expensive, of course, but if you have worn yourself out walking up and down the village and had a bottle of wine over a meal in one of the village's excellent restaurants, you might well think the cost justified.
Travel Tips for Nerja
In november there is a day called the DAY FO THE RESIDENT, as this area has lots of people residents living there, with actuations... really fun
Also in september there is a day called the DAY OF THE TOURIST, since the 60´s, with actuations and parties.
D.B.'s sports bar. (Calle Cristo)
British Sports Bar.
D.B.'s is really the name of this place. The letters stand for certain parts of the reproductive anatomy of a dog! , as the wall mural on your right as you go in will clarify.
They have several TV screens including a big screen.
You can get draught Guinness here too amongst other beers.
A horse racing bet can be placed here at lunchtimes.
It is quieter at lunchtimes than evenings, when it can get rather busy. It is also one of the larger bars in Nerja. It has a terrace outside at the rear but I cannot comment on this as I have not seen that part of the bar as of yet.
Good value for money.
Basic sports bar so bring your own company.
No specific theme for this large Sports bar.
Mid morning until around 1:00am.
Level access with large toilets. Casual
Robin Hood to Hideaway (Plaza Marina)
The latest bar to reopen is the Hideaway which used to be called the Robin Hood after closure and then just run by the Spanish owner whilst waiting for a buyer.
It has changed its name which is well suited to this bar as it is hidden away to some decree in Plaza Marina. They do have to pay the town hall to change name, however.
At first glance, this is a narrow bar but it opens out into a large room towards the back where the dining and function room used to be. There is a small terrace at the front of the bar for the warm weather with tables and chairs. As this is in effect a square that has a small childrens park in the middle, not much traffic interferes with the pavement terraces. So no fear of busy street noise.
I am informed that this place now specialises in English food. Roast dinners and traditional breakfasts here.
A little above the average.
Too narrow for wheelchairs. Casual.
Thelma's Kitchen is just out of Nerja at the El Zoco complex. This is only a small restaurant but the food is great. Th efood is cooked fresh so you may have to wait a little longer than in the ordinary Indian restaurant.
There are only a few tables inside but there is an extra area for eating outside under a canopy in the summer.
There is a reasonably sized area for parking but it does get filled up quickly. Goan Chicken is the best I have ever tasted.
Many steps at 'El Zoco', so not good for wheelchairs.
Take a walk ino the countryside and hills outside Nerja. The roads are quiet and as the road s rise up you get a great view of the surrounding landscape and the sea. You never know what you might see too.
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Address: Almirante Ferrandiz 31, Nerja, 29 780, Spain