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This is how holiday rental owners described Nerja
show more because the Sierra Almijara protects this part of the Costa del Sol from the cold coming from the North in winter and the heat of the inner country in summer. While it might be 45°C in Cordoba, Seville or Granada, it will only be between 30o and 35°C in Nerja.
Las cuevas de Nerja [link] are the most important caves in Spain and are the third most important tourist attraction, after the Alhambra (Granada) and El Museo del Prado (Madrid).
Nerja was also the setting of the popular Spanish TV soap "Verano Azul", which made our village known throughout Spain and many Spanish-speaking countries.
Nerja is also renowned for its language schools: there are four schools here, where young and not-so-young can learn Spanish conversation and grammar.
It is said that Nerja has about 600 tapas bars, cafes and restaurants.
Although Nerja will get it's own golf, at this moment there are golf possibilities at about 25 km away from Nerja.
Naturists can find a nice beach at a few kilometer away from Casa Charlotte.
Several small paths will lead the hikers to unique spots in the rich nature of Nerja and surroundings.
Its scenic beauty ranges from the spectacular mountains to the coast with its splendid beaches, with fertile orchards turning the area in between into a ...
show more veritable garden paradise.
In addition to all of this, Nerja boasts unforgettable locations such as Nerja Cave, one of Spain's most beautiful and oft-visited, Maro Cliffs, declared a Beauty Spot; and, in the village itself, the Balcón de Europa and The Saviour Church.
show more offers also a wide range of services and shops, like restaurants, bars and leisure places, that will make your stay unforgettable. The beaches in Nerja are also fantastic and year after year they are distinguished with the Blue flag from the EU, for their cleanliness and services.
Nerja, known in Arabic times as Naricha (abundant flowing), its located in the most eastern part of the province of Málaga, (50km from the city of Málaga), belonging to the Costa del Sol, within Granada province and it is located between the villages of Frigiliana and Torrox. ...
show more Behind Nerja is the Almijara mountains range. Protected by the sea and the mountains, Nerja has become one of the oases of Europe.
The town of Nerja is a first class tourist center where the traditional andalucian villa mixes with cosmopolitan style, where you will be able to enjoy beautiful surroundings. Unlike the others areas of the Costa del Sol, here the mountain reach the edge of the sea creating impressive cliffs. Amongst these cliffs, you will find very attractive beaches and coves, with clear, clean and crystalline waters that invite you to batha and to practice water sports. Nerja's beaches, among which is the internationally well known Burriana Beach, awarded every year with the blue flag cleanliness award, are equipped with the best services (beach restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, supermarkets...).
The Nerja climate, considered by many people to be the best climate in Europe, is subtropical, with an annual average temperature of 19,5 ºC. For that reason, the unique climate and orography, come to Nerja to enjoy its good surroundings and for relaxation. Tourism is at the moment one of the fundamental pillars of the economy in Nerja, together with agriculture and fishing.
In order to see the town, nothing better that to make a tourist round the old part of Nerja and places of interest, by rented a horse starting from the Balcon de Europa. Also, you can make a similar rout on board of the tourist train.
Activities in Nature
In the mountain range that surrounds Nerja there are valleys of rivers and rural ways where you can find beautifull views, rivers and routes where the time and the nature remain unalterable. Many rustic routes follow the bed of the rivers, some are rocky and high like the well-known route of Rio Chillar or Route of La Presa where you can find a place well-known like Los Cahorros that are some throats formed where the river get narrows. Others rustic routes are on level like the route of Fuente del Esparto that passes by a glorious valley densely planted with pines, elm trees, palms and others plants. The visitors and hikers can find in this last route, rest areas totally equipped with barbacues, toilets and places to camp.
In order to enjoy the nature that surrounds to Nerja, you can do it by your owns means and contract the services of companies like:
Footpath ways and climbing
Excursions in Jeep Safari
In summer time you can enjoy the wonderful beaches and the pretty and calm coves along the coastline with greater affluence of people like the beach of Burriana or the beach of el Playazo.
So if you prefer the sea you will be able to practice in our wonderful beaches activities like:
Free diving or guide diving
Renting of water bikes
Tours on boat
Public swimming pools
Bath and Spa
Leisure & Feasts
Nerja enjoys a typically Mediterranean gastronomy and plates like fresh fish of the zone, the omellets with codfish and sugarcane honey or the "migas". You will be able to find fish bars, bars of "tapas" and seafood restaurants where they offer a wide selection of fresh fish. We have too, the traditional grills restaurants with excellent meat. Also, you will find multitude of bars and restaurants of international food (italian, mexican, Indian,...)
At night time the more popular area are C/ Antonio Millón and Plaza Tutti Frutti, where there are many pubs and beer bars where you can enjoy the music and quite atmosphere. If you like flamenco, there are a few places in town where you can see the show and dance. We also have the local theatre (Casa de la Cultura), where you could enjoy differents activities as ballet, concerts, flamenco show and the last films.
Every Tuesday and Sunday we have the local market where you can buy a large variety of goods and souvenirs.
Every night in the summer time, in the centre of the town you will find handcraft kioks.
The Feast of San Antón (Maro): 16th - 17h January.
Easter Week: March or April.
Day of the Cross: May 3rd.
Romería de San Isidro: May 14 y 15.
San Juan's Night: June 23.
Nerja Cave Festival: July.
Day of Virgen del Carmen: July 16.
Fair of the Maravillas (Maro): September 7-9.
Fair of Nerja: October 8-12.
Visits of Interest
The Caves Of Nerja
The caves of Nerja, one of the treasures more visited in Andalucia (the third monument of Spain more visited), and one of the caves with greater beauty of Europe, is located in the villa of Maro, to about 3 Km of Nerja. The caves of nerja are formed by natural calcification and underground currents. They were disvocered in 1956 by neighbors of Maro. In prehistory it was already occupied and the proof of it are the paintings found in some of the galleries (22 paintings declared National-Historic-Artistic Monument) and the human rests and objects found in the cave wich are exhibited permanently. The caves ha a total route of 4.283 meters, of which, only one third part can be visited by the tourist. The caves have the greater natural vault of the world and you can see hunging of the ceilings calcareous formation (stalactites and stalagmites) that almost is joined with others in the ground. In the summer tiem, concretely in the month of July, The International Festival of the Cave of Nerja is organized, where it is possible to be enjoyed concerts, ballet, flamenco, etc, interpretated by artists and groups of international reputation.
Balcon de Europa
The "Balcon de Europa", an old castle of IX century, it is a balcony to the sea, from where it is possible to enjoye wonderfull views to the mediterraneo an the coastline of nerja. Mainly in summer, the "Balcon de Europa", is the meeting point for residentes and tourist, as well as independent artists (painters, mimos, dancers, etc) who show their art in an open and charming space. Surrounded by bars, restaurants, souvenirs, shops, etc, it is a place to visit. From the "Balcon de Europa" it is possible to walk to the beach Burriana through "El Paseo de los Carabineros", a beautiful way built through the natural rocks bording the coast.
show more cones, everyone meanders toward Nerja's Balcony of Europe, a people-friendly terrace overlooking the Mediterranean.
With its mild climate, you can enjoy yourself to the full all year round and take advantage of the relaxed way of life of a village that still retains much of the character of its moorish past. Today, Nerja offers an excellent range of quality accommodation and leisure time facilities. There are 16 Kms. of beaches , including the internationally famous Burriana beach that has once again been awarded by the Blue Flag of the European Union and the small coves below the impressive cliffs of Maro, which have been the inspiration of numerous artists who have set up residence here.
All major water sports are available here, including water skiing, scuba diving and sailing. Flanked by a dramatic mountain range, Sierra Almijara, to the east . The old quarter of the town is still virtually unchanged with narrow, winding streets, whitewashed houses with wrought iron terraces overflowing with geraniums, on which a canary can sometimes be heard singing...
However, the heart of Nerja is its spectacular Balcón de Europa, the "Balcony of Europe", a magnificent promenade along the edge of a towering cliff, once the site of the great Moorish castle, with sweeping panoramic views of the Mediterranean and the small coves and beaches below, against an awesome backdrop of hazy blue mountains.
The town's monuments include the 17th century Church of El Salvador, in a style which is a charming mixture of baroque and Moorish, or mudéjar, and the beautiful Gardens of Capistrano Playa, which descend to Burriana Beach.
However, Nerja's most spectacular attraction is undoubtedly its fascinating caves, located just 3 kilometres from the centre of town. They include archaeological treasures such as paintings over 20,000 years old and other pre-historic remains. One of the enormous natural caverns has been transformed into a concert hall, where many performances are staged during July.
Nerja est situee au bord de mer et au pied de la chaine de montagne Sierra Almijara et environs a 52 kms du port et centre de Malaga et Aeroport , village de pecheur est devenue tres vite ville touristique avec une population de ...
show more 20,000 habitants elle a conserve son charme sa beaute naturelle sa culture et traditions.La ville de Nerja populairement connue par ses grandes grottes et son Balcon de Europe splendide vue panoramique vers la mer Mediterrane son eglise El Salvador du 17 siegle ses plages et specialememt Burriana.Dans son centre ville et ruelles vous y trouverez les commerces et boutiques internationaux restaurants bars et terrasses, pour les plus jeunes durant la nuit des nombreux pubs de la place Tutti Fruti.Tres pres de Nerja et du bord de mer interessants et atractifs petits villages blancs a visiter comme Competa Sayalonga Torrox Frigiliana.A l est de Nerja les montagnes ou Sierras de la region et ville de Granada dont sa forteresse appellee Alhambra majestueuse Arabe architecture.
Au sud est , procede Granada la Sierra Nevada et sa station de ski de sport d hiver la distance est de 100 kms en une journee d excurtion visitez les villes historiques de Cordoba Sevilla Granada aussi a l ouest de Nerja les villes touristiques de Torremolinos Benalmadena Fuengirola Mijas Marbella Ronda et Gibraltar sans oublier Malaga grande et moderne ville son port sa forteresse Arabique citee Alcazaba sa Cathedrale son Musee Picasso et son centre ville ect….
Situation de l apartement
L immeuble est de 2 etages avec seulement 2 voisins tres tranquille pour cette raison il sera loue uniquement a des clients responsables et non bruyants.Le centre ville et la plage de Burriana la plus populaire de Nerja a 5mn. de marche.Acces a l autoroute Marbella Malaga Nerja a 2 kms de distance de la cote et a environs 15 kms dans la ville Caleta de Velez le nouveau court de golf Baviera.
Type de propiete et interieur
Superficie de 52 m2 bien equipe avec cuisine salon salle de bain une chambre avec double lit et posible une autre avec un lit individuel Nb. Max. Pers. 3 balcon ,acces par escalier a l etage superieur ou se trouve la terrasse de la communaute.
Nerja, often referred to as ...
show more 'The Jewel of the Costa del Sol', has beautiful beaches with golden sand and blue water. Its historical center has narrow streets and white houses with terraces overflowing with flowers. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes, inviting visitors and locals to gather.
Nerja, with its small-town atmosphere, is the perfect place to spend your holiday all year round thanks to its mild climate.
Vamos a la playa! – Holiday at Spain’s coasts
Spain | From the northern border with France down to the border with Portugal the areas of the Spanish Mediterranean coast string together: Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol are just the most famous ones. Why don’t you take a look at the atraveo offers along the Costa Dorada, Costa del Azahar, Costa Calida or Costa Tropical. The chances of finding the perfect holiday house are as good as it is on one of the two famous Spanish island groups, the Canary and Balearic Islands.
Spain offers everything you need for a great vacation at the seaside. Long beaches, kid’s playing at the beach under gloriously blue skies whilst the parents enjoy the time out from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the tranquillity. A dip in the sea for cooling-off, an ice cream at the near-by kiosk or bathing in the sun on a comfy sun lounger.
Also the multi-faceted cultural life in Spain provides for entertainment. This does not only include the many interesting exhibitions and museums, such as the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao or the great museums in Valencia and Barcelona – but also party animals and night owls will get their money’s worth.
Beside the Canary and Balearic Islands atraveo customers favour especially the Costa Blanca and Costa Brava as well as the region of Andalusia in the south and the area around Valencia.