Welcome to Nerja, our little Paradise! A picturesque and uniquely authentic little Andalusian town on Costa del Sol, where the stunning Almijara Mountains meet the Mediterranean Sea, offering a stunning location, great weather and breath taking views. Because of the mountains, Nerja has one of the best climates along the coast and one of the mildest winters in Europe. Thanks to this amazing weather that we get, lots of vegetables and exotic fruits are cultivated here, such as mangoes and avocado.
Its charming popular architecture, with the white walls dotted with typical Andalusian flavour of different types flowers and its marvellous views that can be admired from the Balcon de Europa (Balcony of Europe), situated on a cliff where there used to stand a castle.
Nerja also boasts a lively nightlife with all types of different restaurants to choose from. Whether you want to try the local dishes, tapas bars, clubs, flamenco shows….Also an abundance of shops and boutiques for all tastes and ages. We also have many beaches to choose from, whether you prefer busy or something more tranquil. Something for everyone! Relax and chill on the beach whilst sipping a Tinto Verano! Or take up water sports such as skiing, scuba diving etc….
Nerja is conveniently situated close to many popular visiting places. The great city of Málaga and its international airport are reached by car within 45 minutes. Sierra Nevada is just 1.5 hours away for sunny skiing adventures. The cultural centre of Granada with its famous Alhambra fortress is less than an hour drive away.
Closeby is the white washed village of Frigiliana with panoramic sea and mountain views. This is a must if you come to this region. Sample the Vino del Terreno, Frigiliana Wine which is very sweet, not that dis-similar to the English Sherry. Other neighbouring towns and villages are: Torrox Costa, a seaside resort, Torrox Pueblo, a genuine Spanish mountain village, Almuñécar is a throbbing hub for culture and history, surrounded by agricultural land, with many beaches and coves, and great for eating out with the locals. Torre del Mar and the smaller coastal villages such as Caleta de Vélez and Benajarafe are also charming and offer everything from fantastic beach promenades, golf, and a busy marina.
Not forgetting the town of Maro where you will find The magnificent Nerja Caves – Cuevas de Nerja – these are a series of huge caverns stretching for almost five kilometres and home to the world’s largest stalagmite, a 32 metre high column measuring 13 metres by 7 metres at its base.