A traditional Andalucian town

Nerja holidays will take you to a traditional Andalusian town with a plethora of tourist amenities and a sophisticated atmosphere. Nerja is set in a spectacular position at the foot of Sierra Tejera looking out over the Mediterranean Sea.

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Cobbled winding streets and white washed houses

In the old town you will find white washed Andaluz houses adorned with flower baskets, complete with cobbled streets. Nestled in the limestone hills are the Nerja caves which have primitive wall paintings that date back twenty thousand years, one of the caverns has been transformed into a concert hall and is one of the most popular tourist attractions.

Nerja has 20 miles of golden sandy beaches that slide into the clear sparkling waters of The Mediterranean which is perfect for water sports including sailing, jet skiing, diving and boat tours. Tourists can take a horse drawn carriage tour through the old cobbled winding streets taking in all the charm that holidays in Nerja have to offer.

The resort has shunned over developed high rise complexes and boasts more traditional hotels and apartments which help it to retain its Andalusian charm. The Balcon De Europa (Balcony of Europe) is a glorious promenade that’s built along the edge of a towering cliff and has amazing panoramic views across the Mediterranean.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Take the train or walk on air

Nerja holidays are ideal if you just want to chill out and recharge your batteries, relaxing in peaceful surroundings with sheltered coves and unspoilt scenery you will soon feel like you’re walking on air. If you’re looking to explore Nerja you can take the Tourist Train round the resort hopping on and off as you take in all the attractions that Nerja has to offer. The Natural Park surrounded by lush greenery is a beautiful place to visit with its picturesque waterfall which runs s into a small pool, where in the summer you can take a cooling swim.

There is plenty of accommodation in Nerja to suit every budget from self catering apartments, villas and all inclusive hotels. The nightlife in Nerja is very low key and mostly centred around open air restaurant and cafe’s. The cuisine is a mix of international and traditions dishes including Italian, Chinese, British and tapas. Cobbled streets are lined with whitewashed buildings where you’ll find little shops selling traditional handicrafts of leather, pottery, silks and jewellery. So start the relaxation process today and book your holidays to Nerja at Latedeals.co.uk now.

Places to Visit

Balcón de Europa

– Balcony of Europe – is situated on a rocky promontory and was formerly a fortress designed to keep out British pirates and privateers.Today it is the focal point of the town, affording magnificent views up and down the coast.

Nerja Caves

– The magnificent Nerja Caves – Cuevas de Nerja – 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. There are three galleries show gallery, upper gallery and new gallery, with each gallery containing a number of Halls.