Cueva de Nerja

Cueva de Nerja

The Nerja Caves are really something special. 'Accidentally' discovered in the 1950s, they are not only home to the world's largest stalagmite - measuring an impressive 32m, they also contain the world's oldest Neanderthal cave paintings. Visitors can explore a number of chambers on their own or on guided tours.
Capostrano Playa

Capostrano Playa

Nerja, Costa del Sol

Step away from the buzz of the main beach and you'll find this peaceful cove - perfect for sunbathing or taking a dip in the warm, clear water. One of the reasons it's relatively quiet is because you have to...

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Restaurant Oliva

Restaurant Oliva

Nerja, Costa del Sol

Traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a twist is on the menu at this award-winning eatery. Located in one of Nerja's most exclusive areas, you can dine alfresco on the large terrace. All dishes are seasonal...

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Balcon de Europa

Balcon de Europa

Nerja, Costa del Sol

Formerly a fortress designed to keep pirates at bay, this natural balcony now acts as a viewing point across the coastline. It's well worth a visit at night when the nearby streets come alive with musicians and...

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