How did the Costa del Sol look before the huge hotels appeared? Like Nerja, where a little slice of paradise sits protected by the mountains.
A beautiful beach lies between rocky coves, surrounded by those famous white Andalucian houses, with terracotta roofs. Promenades lined with exotic trees invite you to take a break, pull up a seat and enjoy a freshly squeezed orange juice in the shade. Its name comes from the Arabic for “abundant source”; learn Spanish in Nerja and enjoy the good life.