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    Nerja is a popular coastal resort town some 50 kilometres east of Malaga City, and marks the eastern limit of Costa del Sol. Once a sleepy fishing village, this sunshine resort now has a resident population of over 25,000 - and is a not-so-hidden gem for Spanish holiday hunters. Miles of sandy beaches, authentic seafood tapas, and a mighty mountain promenade that proudly claims the name ‘Balcony of Europe’, can be admired on your holidays to Nerja, alongside the fun, novelty souvenir and ice cream shops that line its shore.

     

    Holidays to Nerja also give the gift of its sub-tropical climate and the clear blue skies are as synonymous with Spain as sea and sangria. Families will be impressed with the 12 beautiful beaches and 300+ restaurants in this tourist hot spot, and the Sierra de Almijara mountains invite groups and singles alike to explore the sandy coves and turquoise waters. Narrow streets and white-washed houses all create the same small-town feel, and the locals are more than happy to take care of tourists - everything you need is easy to find.

     

    If you prefer a little more space on your Nerja holidays however, give the scenic hiking trails a whizz. Hazy blue mountains will be your backdrop for gentle strolls or steep climbs, depending on which routes you choose to explore - some of the limestone mountains peak at over 2,000 feet! Gardens, churches, and horse rides are all scenes to see as you make your way around this little holiday haven. Want to discover the surrounding area, too? Organise a day trip to Malaga which is located just one hour from this coastal town, or 90-minutes by local transport such as buses.

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    Nerja's Beaches

    Although the name is quite a mouthful, every local will know where you’re trying to go. A beautiful little beach with golden stretches of sand, Playa de la Cala el Canuelo is the perfect spot to laze a day away. Parking can get hectic later in the day, but once you’re there the beach has everything you need; a buffet of different restaurants and bars, deck chairs and umbrellas for rent, and snorkelling and watersports available for those who don’t enjoy a traditional siesta.

    Rio Chillar

     

    Rio Chillar

    A beautiful and enchanting walk down to the sea. Found on the west side of the river, this walk is a must-do even for those who don’t like to explore by foot. Home to much wildlife, beautifully decorative plants, fruit trees, and log stores - not to mention some beautiful gardens belonging to the prefab homes - this route is a popular one. We do advise getting up early and beating the crowds!

     
    Balcon De Europa

     

    Balcon De Europa

    The magnificent Balcony of Europe is a must do. Busy and vibrant in high season with bars and restaurants allowing you the time and space to admire the views, and buskers playing a variety of instruments adding to the ambience. Peaceful and serene when the crowds are gone, this truly is a space to reflect and meditate on the beauty and power of nature. Make sure to bring your camera as the panoramic view is easily one of the best in Europe and one you won’t want to forget!

     
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    History & Culture

    A serene church with beautiful flowers adorning the alter. Dating back to the Baroque period, this church and its art make for lovely tourist photos. Beware of the beggars that sit outside; they collect for themselves and not the church! Centrally located in the pedestrian square and well worth popping by to admire the well-maintained statues - come at the right time and you may even see a wedding in this picturesque place of worship.

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