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Stories and Tips Nerja

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A short hike between Nerja and Frigiliana

Written by Slug on 11 May, 2013

We always love to stretch our legs where we can as it helps us both keep fit and active and allows us to see more of the world and ponder what we are seeing. During our flying visit to Nerja, our friends suggested a straight…Read More

Frigiliana. A lovely day trip from Nerja

Written by jipp05 on 27 Dec, 2010

Frigiliana is a traditional white washed village high in the hills above Nerja and is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in the whole of Spain. Located approx 7km away from the Nerja this lovely little village makes for an interesting day…Read More

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Written by Fiddle Fingers on 11 Oct, 2003

The bus journey from Nerja to the village of Frigiliana takes 15 to 20 minutes. The bus back to Nerja picks you up at the same spot it drops you off, so there are no problems in catching the bus home. This village is very…Read More

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Written by Fiddle Fingers on 11 Oct, 2003

The town of Nerja still observes the siesta which means that most businesses are closed from 2pm to 4 or 5pm, so it's best to try and structure your day around this. There are many restaurants, pubs and shops with most of them in the…Read More

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Torre del Mar

Written by Fiddle Fingers on 11 Oct, 2003

Torre del Mar is a coastal town about halfway between Nerja and Málaga. It is a larger town than Nerja and has a wide promenade alongside the beach. The bus to get from Nerja is the Velez Malaga bus and the journey takes about three…Read More

Too Many to Name

Written by Totally relaxed on 13 Feb, 2007

There are so many bars and restaurants that I cannot recall their names. Just ask any of the locals or even sit outside one of the many cafes and watch where the locals go. We found the Spanish people very friendly and most people speak…Read More


Written by Totally relaxed on 13 Feb, 2007

The caves just outside of Nerja are well worth a visit. It is so well laid out I cannot recommend it highly enough. Take a taxi or a local bus to get there and when leaving, enjoy the short walk down hill back to the…Read More

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