Nerja

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international style

price content International style cuisine, with a touch of English home made cooking. Very nice and pleasant roof terrace. Food is excellent and staff very friendly. Worthwhile making a reservation. * WikiPedia:Nerja Dmoz:Regional Europe Spain Autonomous_Communities Andalucia Malaga Nerja Commons:Category:Nerja


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url http: www.laparrarestaurant.com email address La Parra Restaurant, Burriana Beach, Nerja, 29780 lat long directions phone +34 95 252 3127 tollfree fax hours Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays price content Made famous on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. On Monday nights adults can learn how to cook a great meal and then get to eat it and kids can have fun learning how to cook on Saturdays and Wednesdays. *

: www.lifeadventure.es email info@lifeadventure.es address Life Aventure SL, Calle Antonio Ferrandiz, no39 2-2, Nerja, 29780 lat long directions phone +34 677 894 002 tollfree fax hours price content A great way of exploring the Sierra Almijara discovering the flora and fauna and natural habitat. There is a shop amongst the shops facing the Burriana beach which has diving gear and tanks for hire and does courses on PADI diving. There are a number of internet cafes

Urbanisations) a good distance from the centre of town and Tuesdays at Chaparil. There is a Thursday fleamarket at the Boatyard. As well as a wide assortment of small shops around town selling all sorts of items (do shop around), there are several Chinese bazaars which sell a huge selection of items fairly cheaply. *


music played

. It is believed to be the oldest bar running in Nerja, and the building has been used for over 350 years (first as an olive oil mill, therefore the name). Live Music played every night. Sleep There is a large choice of hotels, apartments and hostels. Long rentals are advertised at many agencies around town, which take advantage of the very mild but sometimes a bit wet winters in Nerja. Some have satellite TV with British channels, but others are just Spanish TV. Some accommodation has


views

right 240px thumb Capistrano Playa, Nerja. The ''Balcón de Europa'', a ''mirador'' or viewpoint which gives stunning views across the sea, is in the centre of the old town. Its name is popularly believed to have been coined by King Alfonso XII (Alfonso XII of Spain), who visited the area in 1885 following a disastrous earthquake and was captivated by the scene. Local folklore says that he stood upon the site where the Balcón now stands, and said "This is the balcony of Europe"

market is held (it stops there on the way there and back so gets very crowded on market days). Do not get them mixed up. See thumb right 350px The Balcony of Europe (Image:Balconyofeurope nerja.jpg) *The '''Balcony of Europe''' (''Balcón de Europa'') is a recently reconstructed promenade built out onto a natural headland in the centre of town with spectacular views along the coast. Originally constructed around 1487 in the place of a former 9th century castle, the balcony today is the main

focus for the town, with a tree-lined paseo surrounded by cafes and ice cream shops and frequented by street performers and the occasional concert. Granted, for all the attention tourist guides give to this place there's not much to do except look up and down the coast, but the views are spectacular. Beneath the overlook itself, a glass-walled restaurant offers the chance to eat in a sit-down setting while taking in the scenery, but you can expect a high price tag for the privilege. *'''El


discovering

: www.lifeadventure.es email info@lifeadventure.es address Life Aventure SL, Calle Antonio Ferrandiz, no39 2-2, Nerja, 29780 lat long directions phone +34 677 894 002 tollfree fax hours price content A great way of exploring the Sierra Almijara discovering the flora and fauna and natural habitat. There is a shop amongst the shops facing the Burriana beach which has diving gear and tanks for hire and does courses on PADI diving. There are a number of internet cafes


good time

Centre offering Spanish language courses to help you appreciate coming to Spain. The centre if accredited by the Cervantes Institute (a major accreditation for Spanish schools). The staff are very friendly and helpful and they know how to have a good time. Buy The maximum you can draw out from all of the town's ATMs on a non-Spanish credit or debit card per calendar week is 500 euros. There are '''markets''' on Sundays (Boot Market, now located near the Almijara 11 area and Flaming Urbanisations) a good distance from the centre of town and Tuesdays at Chaparil. There is a Thursday fleamarket at the Boatyard. As well as a wide assortment of small shops around town selling all sorts of items (do shop around), there are several Chinese bazaars which sell a huge selection of items fairly cheaply. * WikiPedia:Nerja Dmoz:Regional Europe Spain Autonomous_Communities Andalucia Malaga Nerja Commons:Category:Nerja


excellent

: www.buscorestaurantes.com restaurante Haveli-14301-0.html email address Dalle Almirante Ferrandiz, 44-49 lat long directions phone tollfree fax hours price content Excellent Indian food and they now have a buffet version at Burriana Beach *

Ferrandiz, 83 lat long directions phone tollfree fax hours price content Spanish cuisine that is very popular with the locals. * *

price content Amidst the bustle of shops and restaurants is a typical Spanish marisqueria (fish and shellfish tapas restaurant), that is perhaps the one place that best sums up Nerja. The clientèle is usually at least 90% Spanish with the occasional adventurous holidaymaker. the drinks are cheap, the tapas are free and the seafood is excellent. There is a large open air terrace open during the summer. *


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tollfree fax hours price content Mexican food, including mixed fajitas which come on a large cast iron construction with hot plates for each ingredient. Intimidating food! Nice indoor garden and good selection of tequilas.Most people visit once and don't go back. *


made famous

Buy The maximum you can draw out from all of the town's ATMs on a non-Spanish credit or debit card per calendar week is 500 euros. There are '''markets''' on Sundays (Boot Market, now located near the Almijara 11 area and Flaming Urbanisations) a good distance from the centre of town and Tuesdays at Chaparil. There is a Thursday fleamarket at the Boatyard. As well as a wide assortment of small shops around town selling all sorts of items (do shop around), there are several Chinese bazaars which sell a huge selection of items fairly cheaply. *

Nerja

'''Nerja''' ( ) is a municipality on the Costa del Sol in the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. It belongs to the comarca of La Axarquía. It is on the country's southern Mediterranean coast, about 50 km east of Málaga.

Under Muslim rule, its name was ''Narixa'', which means "abundant source" and is the origin of the current name.

In Nerja was recorded during 1979 and 1980 the famous television series Verano azul.

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