12 Mar 2018

The history of Nerja in southern Spain– how it all began!

Once known as Narixa when Muslim rule came to the Axarquia region of Spain in 711, Nerja was a tiny fishing community.

Nerja became famous for its production of textiles, employing around 13,000 people when the catholic Kings arrived in 1487 and change…

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07 Feb 2018

The top 6 things to do in Frigiliana

Situated 70km east of Malaga city and 6km north of Nerja, Frigiliana is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in Spain.

Located in the comarca of the Axarquia, Frigiliana offers visitors a wide choice of attractions.

The top 6 things…

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07 Feb 2018

The beautiful villages of the Axarquia

Covering the area just east of Malaga city to just beyond the picturesque town of Nerja and inland to Granada, the Axarquia is home to some of the prettiest villages in southern Spain.

Villages near to the coast include: Nerja and Iznate. Inland villages…

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20 Dec 2017

Great reasons to visit Torrox-Costa, Spain

Torrox-Costa is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean with the beautiful foothills of the Sierra de Almijara as a backdrop.

The city of Torrox is divided into Torrox Costa by the sea and Torrox Pueblo, 4km inland, on the eastern side of the Costa…

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20 Dec 2017

10 places not to leave Nerja, Costa del Sol without seeing

Nerja on the eastern end of Spain’s Costa del Sol is one of the jewels in the crown of southern Spain.

Popular with the locals and tourists, yet much less commercialised than other holiday resorts on the Costa del Sol, Nerja, once a sleepy fishing village, …

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