Nerja is the easternmost city of the province of Malaga and at the same time almost the end of the Costa del Sol but not less charming. In the picturesque coastal town live about 22.000 inhabitants. Nerja has beautiful beaches and great attractions to offer. The top visitor locations in Nerja are the stalactite cave (las Cuevas de Nerja), the Balcón de Europa, the Rio Chillar, the cozy old town with its narrow streets and the Burriana beach. Nerja offers a similar stable microclimate as Torrox Costa and west to Malaga it is about 65 km.
The cave of Nerja is the 3rd most visited attraction in Spain and was accidental discovered by playing boys in 1959. The largest cave is almost 5 km long and they were inhabited by cavemans. A scenery for the most beautiful photo opportunities can be found on the Balcón de Europa in Nerja. A plateau high on the cliff, where you can enjoy the wide view over the Mediterranean Sea or the view to the mountains. For the more adventurous, the Rio Chillar from Nerja is ideal. Anyone can make a river walk with suitable footwear to the freely accessible riverbed. Small waterfalls, reservoirs or unique landscapes are waiting to be discovered. The old town of Nerja is one of the most beautiful in Andalusia and anyone who appreciates small and narrow streets with a cozy ambience should come here to Nerja. Many shopping possibilities are given as well as many restaurants and bars. There are also bars on the famous Burriana beach in Nerja, where white beach sand dominates the bay.
Nerja is a popular holiday destination for families and couples, where everyone can spend their vacation in holiday rentals or apartments. All throughout the year there are all the time events and festivals in Nerja.