Nerja has been described as the Pearl of the Mediterranean and along with the most temperate climate in Europe, it is a year-round holiday destination.
You can choose to have a relaxing, lazing by the beach, holiday. There is no shortage of beaches in Nerja, all within walking distance. Enjoy a paella and a cool glass of beer or wine in one of the Chiringuitos (beach cafes), along the beaches.
There is every manner of restaurant and bar to enjoy in town. Competition is fierce, which is great for prices and getting value for money. Take yourself on a tapas trail and enjoy some of the small traditional tapas bars, which you will discover in the small cobbled streets around the town.
If you prefer something a little more active, there is plenty to do in and around Nerja.
Of course, you should see the famous Nerja Caves, which is one of the most visited sites in Spain. Catch the Cueva Tren, which is the little train that takes you along the road, directly from town to the Caves at Maro.
The Alhambra Palace at Granada is also one of the most popular places to see. It is possible to book a day trip, which includes tickets for the Alhambra, and transport. Granada is just less than 90 minutes by coach.
The famous Balcon de Europa, which is the very heart of Nerja is only a short walk away. The Nerja museum is also close by in the Plaza España.
You can organize sailing trips, which leave from the Marina del Este, only 20 minutes away, or even closer to home, watersports are available on the Burriana Beach.
For those who love hiking, or just walking, there are National Parks close by. The nearest being the Sierra Tejadas and Almijaras.
For sports enthusiasts, there are wide range of things to do. Racquets club, Sports centre, Horse Riding, Golf, all available and within easy reach of Nerja.
Further afield, there are some lovely towns & villages around Nerja, well worth a visit. The picturesque village of Frigiliana is a 10 minute bus ride away. The dramatic views of the gorge to see at Ronda, and the mountain top town of Comares offers spectacular views.
Malaga’s recently rebuilt Port is now a thriving cosmopolitan place, with cafes & bars to enjoy. Or visit the old part of Malaga, and see the Castle and Cathedral.
If all of that sounds just too much, enjoy chillaxing in the pretty, friendly and enchanting little town that is Nerja.