The Caves of Nerja are a series of caverns close to the town of Nerja in the Province of Málaga, Spain.
A landscape landmark. Former 15th-century castle has been heavily damaged in an earthquake and transformed into a scenic lookout area.
This 19th century engineering masterpiece is still in operation, irrigating its surroundings. Stop by and admire its monumentality.
The largest and most popular beach in the area. Clear, Blue Flag-awarded beach with a fine sand is lined with busy promenade.
Awarded with the Blue Flag, this beach is easily accessible and the facilities are aplenty, restaurants included. Nothing is missing here.
Relatively small beach where you can still see the local fishermen working - and even their tiny houses built by the rocks!
This beautiful 17th century church is a popular wedding location even for foreign visitors. No wonder - the setting is just perfect.
The hermitage chapel is worth noticing for its beautiful, recently restored murals and gilded altars.