Costa Del Sol is the acknowledged playground of Europe. Nerja is a
typically Spanish resort, second to none with its own special atmosphere
and culture. Nerja backdrop is of the mountains with the Mediterranean
to the front that basks in almost constant sunshine, no wonder
Nerja is popular not only during the main seasons but all year round.
|Nerja is the place to come if you are looking for a lively resort with fabulous beaches (many newly developed) and has a vibrant nightlife with its own 'Tuti Fruti Square'. Nerja also has the quiet side where you can enjoy a round of golf or a game of tennis, Nerja has it all. If you want to take a break from the sun-drenched coastline, with Nerja you do not have to travel far to discover the more tradition side of Spain. Nerja is situated in the province of Andalucia, home of flamenco dancing, bullfights, orange groves, castles and sleepy villages perched on the slopes of the skiing resort of Sierra Nevada.
Nerja has many beaches to offer, and are generally wide and sandy. Nerja has vast range of water sports to cater the more adventurous traveler, and of course Nerja has the sun beds and parasols if you are not in the energetic frame of mind.
of the main attractions about Nerja, not including the beach, town
and its typical Spanish nature is the caves, which has made Nerja
famous. If you prefer to relax by day and party by night, you'll love
the cheerful exuberance of Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Fuengirola
where you'll find an abundance of lively bars, restaurants and discos.
Marbella has a more sophisticated nightlife with top quality restaurants,
expensive clubs and a casino in keeping with the glamorous image of
the resort. Evenings in Nerja are more low-key - maybe a stroll along
the famous Balcon de Europa to admire the wonderful views before relaxing
over dinner and a bottle of wine. If you love sunshine, you'll love
Nerja in the Costa Del Sol.