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NERJA: LOTS TO SEE AND DO

Discovered by Muslims and called "Narija", the town was later surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs in the 16th Century, via the French. It is this mix of cultures that offers the rich, historic heritage we continue to enjoy today. Highlights include the Caves of Nerja, the Pago del Castillo fortress, the Parroquia del Salvador (a church), the Nuestra Señora de las Angustias shrine and the Balcon de Europa (Balcony of Europe). We should also mention Chanquete's ship from the famous "Verano Azul" series which afforded Nerja a level of fame due to its characters, stunning landscape and the friendly nature of its inhabitants.

BALCÓN DE EUROPA

Previously a fortress sat on this site: you can still make out cannons and remains. In 1812 during the War of Independence, it was destroyed, thus opening up panoramic views of the Mediterranean coast. This monument was initially known as Paseo de la Bateria, but after a large earthquake shook Axarquia, Alfonso XII visited the site and provided it with its famous name: the Balcon de Europa.

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SIERRAS DE TEJADA NATURAL PARK

With an expanse of more than 40,000 hectares, this park forms a geographical barrier between Malaga and Granada in a mountainous stretch that is home to the National Hunting Reserve of Tejeda and Almijara. Its limestone and marble formations create a harsh, rugged landscape of mountains. The area has spectacular fauna which includes Aleppo pines, cork trees and honeysuckle trees, amongst others. Within these fantastic forests you will see a variety of wildlife, including eagles, partridges, nightjars, snakes and the most famous animal of these mountains, the Spanish ibex. These are just a few animals found in this habitat. Furthermore, you can enjoy an endless amount of hiking routes and their wonderful landscape.

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CHILLAR RIVER

You will find a variety of hiking routes in Nerja, with the most famous being the Chillar River estuary. This is an incredible route of 15km in length that is enjoyed by walking along the riverbed between ravines, passes and beautiful scenery.

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CUEVAS DE NERJA

These caves were discovered in 1959 and subsequently named "The Natural Cathedral of the Costa del Sol". They are situated on a small hill around 200 metres above sea level in the Sierra de Almijara and they measure 700 metres in length. Inside, you will find interesting features, including the "Sala del Cataclismo" (the Hall of the Cataclysm) with its huge column that stands at 60 metres tall and 18 metres wide.

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BEACHES

There are many beaches along the Nerja coast, including El Playazo which is a large, extensive beach of dark sand where our aparthotel, Marinas de Nerja is located. The surrounding area is called the "Vega de Nerja" (the Meadow of Nerja) and is where the Chillar River reaches the sea. You will find the Cliffs of Maro a few kilometres away. There, you will be able to enjoy peace and quiet in addition to unbelievable views.

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