Nerja is a coastal town with a population of about 14,000 inhabitants. Nerja was once a small fishing village but it has now become a thriving resort with all the original charm and character intact. This old town is full of whitewashed houses along narrow, winding streets and there are plenty of historical sights to explore. The coastline of Nerja consists of spectacular cliffs, picturesque beaches and small coves, almost undiscovered by tourists. Water skiing, scuba diving and canoeing are
some of the many water sports that are popular in Nerja. Spain's third most visited tourist attraction is located in Nerja, and it is the Nerja's caves, which provides you with the feeling of going back in time for 30,000 years.
Nerja offers the perfect combination - beautiful landscapes and beaches, excellent Andalusian gastronomy and a large selection of leisure activities.