Why not visit Nerja?
Just 50km east of Malaga Airport and less than an hour transfer time with Airport Transfers Malaga. Nerja is the ideal place to stay and explore the area. As an old fishing village it hasn’t become over commercialised or too built up and the old part of town is virtually untouched.
Balcon De Europa
With stunning views across the Mediterranean and the surrounding area it is well worth a visit to this great viewing spot built on the site of an old castle. There are also some great bars and restaurants to take a break.
A must visit during your visit to Nerja, ideal for a cloudy day. One of Spain’s top historical tourist attractions. 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.
With small sheltered beaches Nerja is the ideal place to relax by the sea. Nerja’s beaches are well known for their crystal clear water. The coastline is 13km long and the paradise-like beaches are all worth a visit. In fact, one of the beaches has been named the second best beach in the country by a popular tv channel.
Frigiliana is just a few Kilometres away from Nerja but it is a great Spanish traditional white village for you to explore. The town center of Frigiliana is without a doubt one of the most well-preserved of town centers in the whole of Málaga. A perfect place to unwind thanks to a general lack of noise and cars plus the relaxed way of life that is so characteristic of the area. Here you can get away from all the stress of life in the city.