Nerja is located along the western side of Costa Sol and is the perfect destination for any visitor. It has a wonderful warm temperature all year around. You can also enjoy the beautiful landscapes such as the stunning mountains along with its cliffs and gold sand beaches. It is also known for its innovative architecture that you will probably see when you go to the historic quarter. Its delicious local cuisine is also a must try and don’t forget to visit all the different festivals as well too.

Nerja is a Perfect Destination

The most vital beach to visit is the Burriana beach which is an extension of sand for over 700 meters and has a cliff you can climb where you can see all of Nerja from above there. The beach is also highly equipped with different services such as showers, a playground for kids, restaurants and even a clinic. Other popular beaches are Torrecilla and Calahonda, which are located under Balcon Europa.

There you will also find everything you need, from different summer houses to rent, different hostels and hotels, restaurants and bars, along with various shops. Emerging from the cliffs are the quiet beautiful coves of Caleta, Barranco, Calas, and Maro. On all of them, as well as being able to enjoy a refreshing dip, you will be able to do all sorts of water sports, whether its sailing or diving.

Perhaps one of the most important landmarks would have to be the Nerja cave which was discovered around 1969 and has been a popular tourist destination ever since. What makes it special is that it has over three kilometres of galleries underground. It is always open to the tourists and has been declared an artistic monument.  In the Nerja cave, you can also witness the geological developments that have been taking place during the centuries.

Another landmark is the Cathedral where you will be stunned from all the large halls, highly decorated ceilings, and the vaults inside. The most important festival that takes place is Nerja is Hall of Waterfall. It has been named this by the locals in order to represent the different figures of music and dance who have been performing here for decades. One thing worth noting is that Nerja cave is also an interest for archaeology.  This is due to it being the house of rare Palaeolithic paintings. Throughout the previous years, other paintings representing the Neolithic period have been discovered.

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