In the easternmost part of the province of Málaga, bordering the province of Granada, we find the coastal town of Nerja, one of the best-known villages in Spain. It is one of the most touristic villages in the region of La Axarquía and offers the visitor much more than sun and beach. Its average annual temperature, close to 68°F (20°C) degrees, the beautiful mountain scenery of La Axarquía malagueña, as well as a rugged coastline with alternating beaches and cliffs, are some of its attractions.
It has a long history, proven by the cave paintings found in the Nerja Cave, discovered in 1959. That discovery is symbolic of the beginning of a new era, with which came the great tourist development that brought progress and prosperity and changed the physiognomy of Nerja’s social life. The town has a population of more than 20,000 inhabitants, a third being foreigners, mainly English.
Numerous beaches and cliffs offer incomparable views of the 14 km of coastline. The popular hiking trails run along different paths between the mountains, ravines and the coast, where delight is guaranteed with its spectacular scenery.
One thing you can’t miss and which undoubtedly attracts locals and visitors alike is its typical Mediterranean gastronomy, with an abundance of fresh fish and tropical fruit.
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