Nerja Things to Do

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  • 1. Beaches

    The beach is located between Playa Carabeo and Burriana beach on the eastern edge of Nerja. Access to the beach is by stairs are rather steep so it is not suitable for people with mobility problems,...

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  • 2. Cuevas - Caves

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    Nerja Caves are located near the pretty village of Maro. It is one of the monuments with the largest number of visitors in the country. After being discovered by five young men from the neighbouring...

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  • 3. Balcón de Europa

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    The Balcony of Europe is a vantage point overlooking the sea, located at the end of the Balcony of Europe promenade. The balcony is right in the town centre and has wonderful views of the beaches of...

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  • 4. Frigiliana

    Strange to find that Frigiliana is considered a Nerja 'thing to do'.. But I suppose a daytrip to this historical village, stuffed with holiday homes and ex-pats from the UK, Germany, Scandanavia etc,...

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  • 5. Parque Verano Azul

    The Verano Azul Park is located behind the Supersol supermarket in the western end of Nerja. There bocce courts, playground for children, many trees and plants,...

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  • 6. Old Bridge

    Built in 1860, the Old Bridge is a bridge of three eyes facing bricks coated login to Nerja from the western part of the old route of the National Road. In two...

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  • 7. Acueducto del agua

    It was built in the 19th century to supply water to the mills in the old Sugar Factory of San Joaquín de Maro. It has four layers of arches stacked on top of...

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  • 8. Iglesia del Salvador

    The parish church of Nerja; it is located between Plaza Cavana and Paseo del Balcón de Europa, near the road that leads to Salón beach and next to a large tree...

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  • 9. Iglesias El Salvador

    There has been a church on this spot since at least 1505, although the building you see today dates from 1697 (it was extended in the 1700s). There are three...

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  • 10. Wander the old town streets

    Nerja has existed for many, many centuries though not...obviously...in its present form.You can still get a faint echo of how the sleepy fishing once was if you...

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  • 11. Museo de Nerja.......hmmmm..........

    The Museo de Nerja is a pretty new operation which opened at the end of 2011 and is tightly linked with the Cave of Nerja foundation.The Museum traces the...

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  • 12. Ermita de (Nuestra Senora de) Las Angustias

    This rather lovely old chapel dates from 1720.It was constructed using funds supplied by Bernarda María Alférez, one of the owners of the nearby San Antonio...

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  • 13. quad biking

    Fantastic scenic tours on quad bikes in the nerja and frigiliana countryside, this was so much fun and great for any age though you must be 25 to drive the quad...

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  • 14. Play Bridge

    Playing Bridge is one of the most popular pastimes on the Costa del Sol however because Bridge is played indoors in air-conditioned comfort, it is even more...

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  • 15. Life Adventure: Jeep tour & mountain walk in Nerja

    I have been visiting Nerja once a year for quite a few years now. It is a small town with a beautiful coast line just 45 minutes drive from Malaga. Escaping up...

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  • 16. Sunshine Radio International. 99.1 fm

    Another radio station that broadcasts in English is Sunshine Radio. They transmit on 99.1 fm. You can contact them by phoning : 952 528 047; Fax : 952 525 856;...

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  • 17. Try to enjoy the sea too - even in winter!

    Since Nerja was the only place during our entire 3-week trip in Spain that we actually stayed on the waterfront, we took some time out to simply relax on our...

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  • 18. Go to the Fair

    Most of our visits to Nerja were in February or March and on several occasions we were there for the Fiesta held usually on the weekend before Ash Wednesday. ...

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  • 19. Sayalonga - a beautiful but quiet village

    Not really sure if we were on the right track for Competa, we pulled the car over in Sayalonga and got out to see if we could gather any additional information...

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  • 20. Head into the mountains for some variety

    Spain is known for its small and picturesque 'white villages', scattered here and there in the mountainous countryside just inland from the Mediterranean Sea,...

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  • 21. A day-trip to the gorge at Alhama de Granada

    If you have a rental car and some time to spare, you can even make a day-trip to the spectacular inland gorge at Alhama de Granada. This is another of Spain's...

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  • 22. sight seeing

    have a look, its best at night where the real colours emerge from the darkness and all the vampires come out to play. You can spot them coz of their long pointy...

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  • 23. Spectrum FM. 105.5 fm

    Another radio station broadcasting in English is Spectrum fm. They transmit on 105.5 fm.Now broadcasting with Dave Lee Travis (The Hairy Monster) on a Saturday...

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  • 24. REM radio. 104.8 fm

    Yet another radio station transmitting in English is REM transmitting on 104.8 fm.REM stands for Radio Europe Mediterraneo.Now has the Emperor Rosko from Los...

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  • 25. Internet deprivation

    If you are staying in Nerja and are missing logging onto VT, then take yourself down to Cafe MedWeb.Here for very reasonable rates you can log on and catch up...

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