Why Nerja is the best city to live and study Spanish in Spain
Nerja is a fishing town in Malaga that borders Granada's province, where the mouth of three rivers meet: the dry river, the honey river, and the Chillar River, which enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
The municipality of Nerja has six towers (there were used as defence towers in the past) and is located in the coastal area of Costa del Sol.
The Macaca, Maro or Calaturcos, Pino, and Caleta towers are in good conservation. In contrast, the tower of Torrecilla de Nerja, the Rio de la Miel, are practically destroyed.
It is an ideal gateway to Europe for a vacation, sightseeing, and even diving most of the year to learn the Mediterranean's secrets.
Most popular sights, tourist attractions, and things to do and see in Nerja and around
- Aqueduct of the Eagle.
- Burriana Beach is the best beach in Nerja.
- Cahorros in the Chillar river.
- Calahonda Beach is the most famous beach in Nerja.
- Caves of Nerja.
- Chanquete's boat, Verano Azul series.
- Cliffs of Maro.
- El Salvador Parish.
- Frigiliana is one of the most beautiful towns in Andalusia.
- Nerja Museum.
- Playa de Maro is the wildest beach in Nerja.
- Playa El Playazo is the longest beach in Nerja.
- Playa La Torrecilla is a popular beach in Nerja.
- The Balcony of Europe.
Most important events and festivals in Nerja
- San Antón in Maro, January 16-17.
- Nerja Carnival, February.
- Easter, March.
- Foreign Resident Day, April and May.
- May Crosses.
- San Isidro - Fiestas de Nerja May 15.
- San Juan, June 23-24.
- Virgen del Carmen, July 15-17.
- Nerja Cave Festival, July.
- Festival of the 3 Cultures - Frigiliana, August 28-30.
- Nerja festivities for Tourist Day in September.
- Maro Fair, 7-9 September.
- Nerja Fair - Nerja's festival, October 8-12.
- Maroween on October 31.
- Nerja festivities on New Year's Eve on December 31st.