Nerja is a small fishing and agricultural village in the province of Málaga. Situated only 45 minutes from the airport and Málaga city centre, the village is a heaven on earth for travellers.
With its subtropical climate translated in over 320 days of sun this is an ideal tourist spot. The unique combination of ocean and mountains makes Nerja a very special place. The beaches of Nerja are plurally rewarded to be the best in Andalucía.
Tourists come here throughout the year to enjoy the Spanish way of life. Some embrace nature and all the possibilities for recreation and sports. Others stay for long periods to work away from home or to escape the cold winters.
Axarquía is the wedge shaped region east of Málaga where Nerja is situated. It is an ancient area with appealing nature and authentic white villages making it breathtakingly beautiful.
Axarquías subtropical climate allows for the growth of tropical fruits such as avocado, mango and kiwi. One of the most interesting villages apart from Nerja is the famous hilltop village of Cómpeta. Only a stone’s throw away from Nerja is Frigiliana; yet another place worth exploring here. It is one of the prettiest villages of Axarquía and attracts a significant number of interesting artists.
The capital of Andalucía is 45 minutes away from Nerja. Málaga has revitalized over the past decade becoming one of the most visited cities in Spain.
The city has shaken off its reputation as being merely a gateway to Costa del Sol and is, in fact, now recognized as a cultural hub with places to explore, museums to visit and an interesting mix of restaurants and bars.
Situated approximately a one hour car ride from Nerja is the extraordinary Granada.
The Moorish influences of the city are reminiscent of Morocco. In addition, here you can visit one of the seven wonders of the world, Alhambra. Its palaces attract an immense number of tourists each year.
With its highest point at 3398 above sea level Sierra Nevada is situated a stone´s throw from Nerja. It is a great ski resort with 110 km of slopes distributed in 131 routes for all levels.
Skiing down the slopes, you get an exquisite view of the Mediterranean Sea. These mountains prove the versatility of Costa del Sol.