The Nerja Caves

The famous Nerja Caves are found in Maro, a district of Nerja (Málaga). They were discovered on the 12th of January 1959 by a group of young locals who were on a late-night walk searching for bats. The Nerja Caves are the perfect place to relive a bit of Nerja’s past. The caves in Nerja have been classed as a “Good of Cultural Interest”, a form of heritage register in Spain. Continue reading

Nerja – Playa Burriana

The Burriana Beach, in Nerja, is considered by many, as the best beach of the Malaga town. It has a length of 800 meters of fine and golden sand. Continue reading

“Sun and wine route” – Ruta del Sol y del Vino

Next to a beautiful coastline of beaches interspersed with cliffs and coves, and hillsides dotted with vineyards, white farmhouses and worker’s cottages where the sweet wine is produced which has been legendary since the time of the Romans. Continue reading