You have to go scuba diving if you visit any warm country ~ Id previously been diving and lucky enough to have be trained as a child by my step/dad as he was an instructor~
But going with Barny... more
From The Front Cover of Smile Nerja:) Issue 3
The Frigiliana Castle, or what?s left of it which isn?t much, is quite possibly (and you are invited to challenge me on this) the best spot ever for a... more
Wednesday, March 21, 2001
While in Nerja, a must see activity is to visit the CUEVA DE NERJA the Nerja Caves, a 3000 years old cave with colossal Stalactites. Hans and I thoroughly enjoyed going... more
The Balcon de Europa is a popular meeting place from morning til midnight and a good place to meet friends for a coffee or a bit of people watching.
Centrally located in Nerja it is close to many... more
Nerja (Pronounced Nerka or Nerha - depending upon whether you are using Andalucian or Castillan ), is classified as a white villiage, but is actually a lot larger than the traditional villiage as we...
Went with KB, the Small Person & no. 1 Mum, to Nerja at end of May for a weeks break and to celebrate my birthday. (Well, you do have to compensate for getting older)!
Nerja is East of Malaga on the...
I have been going once a year to Nerja for the last four years and will be there again this year.
Nerja is right on the coast at the foothills of the Sierra De Tejada mountains some 50 kilometres to...
Nerja was not even on our list of places to stay during our 3-week trip to Andalusia but, in the end, it became almost like our home away from home! Mainly known as a Mediterranean beach town that has...