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Price and Availability Index Nerja
Holiday Letting Price Information in Nerja
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Nerja. It is during a week of August (25/08 - 01/09) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in December (01/12 - 08/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Nerja
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Nerja with the graph above. The week with the least available rentals is in August (25/08 - 01/09), with only 27% of the rentals available. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in a week of December (01/12 - 08/12), as 66 of the rentals are still available.
The weather in Nerja
Find the Nerja climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is December. According to the climate diagram, February is the rainiest month of the year in Nerja.
Escape the bustle and relax in beautiful Nerja
Escape the bustle and relax in the beautiful Spanish Costa del Sol with a Nerja holiday letting . From golden beaches and turquoise waters to quaint, local restaurants, this family-orientated town has much to offer every visitor. From your Nerja holiday home you can easily reach the mountainous Sierra Nevada and the stunning cultural town of Granada. If you’re visiting with children, the nearby by water parks are the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon.
How to get to Nerja: transportation in Nerja
There is no airport which serves Nerja directly but the quaint Spanish town can easily be reached from Malaga airport. You can reach your Nerja holiday letting by bus for a few euros, but hiring a car is the easiest choice for many; the route is well served by the A-7 E-15 motorway.
There are many local buses which connect Nerja to other destinations in Spain, though sometimes they only depart once a day. Once you’re in Nerja, most attractions can be reached on foot and there is little need for further transportation.
Food and drink in Nerja: explore the restaurants of Nerja
Like elsewhere in Spain, food is an integral part of daily life in Nerja. For those who hire a Nerja holiday letting , there are many small supermarkets and wonderful markets across town where you can purchase fresh food. It's good to remember that supermarkets are normally closed on Sunday.
If you want to take on Spanish cooking yourself, there are several cooking schools in the area (Sticky Fingers Cookery School, Self-guided Tapas Trails) which offer guided classes several times a week.
There is no shortage of local restaurants, as the town does indeed have a large local population. Restaurante Oliva, Casa Luque and Merendero Ayo are all popular with those looking for some authentic Spanish food. For those looking for a taste of home while staying at their Nerja holiday home should head to Coach and Horses. Their generous portions of fish and chips are famous with both Brits and locals.
Weather in Nerja: bask in the sunshine
The Costa del Sol enjoys long, hot summers which last from May to October. You can expect the temperatures to reach upwards of 30°C between June and August and rain is a rarity throughout this period. Winter sees temperatures fall into the low teens.
Spring and autumn are the perfect times to visit for those who enjoy a temperate climate. Sea temperatures are pleasant all year round so swimming is always on the cards when you book a Nerja holiday letting .
Sights in Nerja: what to see when visiting Nerja
The Balcony of Europe is a new feature in the Nerja vicinity. The outlook, which is built into a natural headland of the coast, offers panoramic views across the stunning shoreline. For those who want to take in the view with a spot of lunch, there is a glass-walled restaurant which sits below the viewing platform.
Nerja boasts over 10km of beaches and there are several options to choose form, each with their own character. Calahonda Beach, Carabeo Beach and Carabeillo Beach are some of the most centrally located. However, those looking for quality should head to Burriana Beach which has been awarded the European Blue Flag.
For those travelling with children, there are two water parks within reasonable distance of Nerja; Parque Acuático Aquatropic and Aquavelis are both served by public buses.
Excursions in and around Nerja: explore the wider Nerja area
An hour inland from your sea-front Nerja holiday letting is the stunning Spanish city of Granada. Famous for the historic fortress of Alhambra, it’s advised to book tickets at least a day in advance. The the city is best seen on foot and there are many other sights to explore such as the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, so spending a full day here is required to make the most of it. The coastal city of Malaga, famed for the Roman theatre Alcazaba, is also close by. Home to the artist Picasso, there are several museums which honour his life and work.
Frigiliana is a small town perched atop a hill approximately 5km from Nerja. Its white-washed streets are filled with small cafés and shops and there is a local market every Thursday. Another wonderful day trip from your base at your Nerja holiday home is a visit to Spain’s largest mountain range, the Sierra Nevada for stunning views of the surrounding regions and coast.
The white village of Nerja
Playa de Burriana
Considered the best beach in Nerja, Burriana Beach has fine, golden sand and a promenade with shops and restaurants. All amenities are available, and an abundance of water sports.
Church of El Salvador
This 17th century church is located next to the Balcon de Europa. This beautiful building displays two colourful ceramic tile plaques, detailing history and religion.
The River Chillar winds through the mountains above Nerja and is a cooling spot in summer. Trees offer plentiful shade, while clear river pools offer a refreshing dip.
Cueva de Nerja
Close to town, the Nerja Caves stretch for 5 km and are a major attraction in the area. One of the chambers, a natural amphitheatre, is used for concerts.
Balcon de Europa
Formerly a fortress to keep out pirates, the rocky promontory is close to the town centre. This focal point of the town today gives incredible views of the sea and coastline.
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