Nerja is a delightful and unspoiled seaside town which lies some 70 km east of Málaga. It marks the eastern limit of Málaga provine’s Costa del Sol. A great variety of exotic plants and flowers flourish in what is considered to be the best all year round climate in Europe.
The area is protected by two spectacular mountain ranges, the Sierra Almijara and the majestetic snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada. A superb drive along winding mountain roads through the famed city of Granada takes you to the breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada with is the popular ski resort. Locally, visit the Caves of Nerja, about 4 km away. Discovered in 1959, the caverns are the venue for an international-acclaimed music festival in July.
On the Burriana Beach there are several Beach Restaurants, bars, shops and sporting facilities. The place to promenade or sit over a cool drink in one of ist pavement Cafès is the Balcòn de Europa. Stretching out into the shimmering Mediterranean, this splendid area paved with marble and lined with palm trees is one of the centres of activity for many of the local festivals, or is used to just meet friends and gossip whilst the rest of the world strolls by.
The white mountain village of Frigiliana is located in Andalusia, in the province of Malaga in Spain. The village is about 65 km east of Malaga and about 5 kilometers from Nerja and had 2005 approx 2580 residents. Frigiliana was repeatedly awarded the ”most beautiful village of Andalusia”. Puerto Blanquillo is a small settlement of houses and is situated on the outskirts of the village of Frigiliana. The location of Puerto Blanquillo o”ers a magni#cent view of the sea, the mountains and the village. Frigiliana is famous for it´s own strong, sweet local wine which is similar to sherry.