Facilities & Surroundings

We do not give you just a lovely place to stay. We give you an environment so you can experience the best while on a holiday with us. Walk out the house only a few steps to the lovely common swimming pool and  500 meter to the beach! The lively center of Nerja is easily accessible on foot via a lovely walk along the beach but also easy to reach by bike or by bus.


Swimming pool

150 m from the house you can find a common swimmingpool with beautifull views. By the pool you can find a cafe and snackbar for a snack and a drink.



It is only a small walk of 500 m and you are at Playa Playazo! Playa Playazo Beach is the longest and most western beach in Nerja. It is just outside the town center which also makes it one of Nerja's quietest and least affected beaches. Playazo beach is especially popular with local Spanish families. Due to its size and location, there is a quiet spot for everyone, even in the middle of the summer! Playazo beach has a few restaurants/bars for a drink or a bite.



Nerja is a small fishing and agricultural village in Malaga. It is the last town East of Malag, bordering with Granada and its subtropical climate translates to 320 days of sun, making Nerja an ideal tourist resort, wheter it is for leisure, business, or just straight forward relasing. Here at our place, you'll find everything you need to make your stay in Nerja as perfect as possible: Sea, beach, sun, beer, wine, fresh fish, fresh seafood, flamenco, local parties and Semana Santa

Cueva de Nerja

Cueva de Nerja is a cave located in Nerja. It is a very impressive limestone cave with a length of more than 4 km long and has a surface of approximately 35000m2. These caves are located 4 km from Nerja. We absolutely recommend to visit these caves during you vacation in Nerja. The most special characteristics from these limestone caves is no doubt worlds longest and biggest stalactite. You can find this enormous stalactite with a length of 33 meters in the cataclysm - chamber, one of the many underground chambers that are located in this cave.


This is a beautiful white mountain village located in the Axarguia in Andalucia and is the most beautiful white mountain villag of southern Spain. All the houses in Frigiliana are whitewashed. The beautifully renovated Frigiliana is 430 meters about sea level and has a beautiful view over the Mediterranean sea. Around Frigiliana, there are many beautiful hiking areas. A nice hike is to walk alog the river of Frigiliana to Nerja, the hike takes about 2 hours. Friliana in 1767 and has its Moorish character very well preserved. The old Centre with its narrow streets and beautiful white houses invites you to a walk through the village. Located in the village square is the Church of San Antonio, also white of course. There are many small shops with home made products. There are may outdoor cafes and restaurants often with a beautiful view and where you ocan enjoy a delicious glass of wine. Try the Berenjenas con miel from Frigiliana, which is delicious. Market on Thursay from 09.00 to 14.00. Rastro (flea market) is on Saturdays



Malaga is wonderful although most tourists only know Malaga because of the airport. But Malaga is well worth the visit because of the interesting museums, the beautiful buildings from the Moorish time, the many ' tapas ' bars, luxury shopping and beautiful beaches and numerous terraces. Worth a visit are the Alcazaba. Build by the Moors in the 11 century, it is a fort nestled high above Malaga and overlooks the city. From the Alcazaba do you have a beautiful view on the bull ring built in 1874 with a capacity of 15,000 people. Also visit the adjacent Gibraltar, a castle built in the 14th century by the Muslim King Yusuf. The Roman Theatre is located close to the Alcazaba, was only discovered in 1951. The Malaga Cathedral is a mixture of building styles through the especially long construction time of 1528. Malaga also has the Picasso Museum. The Centre of Malaga has a lot of shops. The main street has a giant shadow in the summer which is nice. There are many tapas bars, squares and terraces. On your way to the train station there is a big shopping mall called: Maria Zambrano. Close to the airport, you can also visit the cinema and the shopping mall: Plaza Mayo. Important celebrations in Malaga are the Christmas week, Carnaval, Semana Santa with impressive processions through the city, the night of San Juan juni 23th. deFeria around on the beaches with campfires and 19 August.


Of course the main attraction of the Alhambra Granada are the royal palaces such as the Palace of Carlos V, the Generalife and the beautiful garens. But also remember the neighborhood Albaicin, located on a hill opposite the Alhambra. This Moorish neighborhood where were once more than 30 mosques. There are many outdoor cafes and don’t forget, just before sunset, visit the lookout point Mirador de San Nicolas to look at an enchanting view on the tiled roofs. You can see the Alhambra and deSierra Nevada in the distance. Also the Catedral, the Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) and ElBanuelo (Arabic bathhouse from the 11 century) are worth visiting. Calle offers cosy narrow streets with Caldera, tea houses and many shops. Granada has many shops, terraces and the center with ‘ tapas ‘ bars. Nightlife in Granada is especially great. Granada has the most bars per capita of the whole of Spain.



Ronda is a city in the outback of Andalusia that you may not miss out on your trip. Not only the city itself is wonderful and worth a visit, but also the road is breathtakingly beautiful. Ronda is famous to his Puente Nuevo, the bridge over the 120 meter deep ravine of de Tajo, built in the 18th century. During the 42-year-long construction period the room under the main arch was once used as a prison. Also beautiful: the view from the bridge over the splendid landscape of Andalusia.

The other attraction in Ronda is the Plaza De Toros, bull fighting arena from 1785 and one of the oldest arenas Spain of bullfights are still held.

Also nice is the Santa Maria la Mayor, a church of which the only remains is a minaret, built in the 13th century. he old town of Ronda has a large open-air museum which is well worth strolling through. Enjoy a lunch in one of the many authentic ‘ tapas ‘ bar

There are many natural parks in the vicinity and the way to San Pedro de Alcantara and Marbella on the coast gives stunning views of the mountains and the shore of the Costa del Sol.

Caminito del Rey

This almost 8-kilometre path near Malaga (Andalusia) was once considered one of the most dangerous in the world. Today the entire route has been carefully restored, but although it’s now much safer, one thing hasn’t changed – the unique experience of strolling along walkways hanging over 100 metres up on a sheer cliff face. The views are unforgettable. The Caminito del Rey route is spectacular from beginning to end, running through cliffs, canyons, and a large valley. It crosses the landscapes of Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, a gorge carved out by the river Guadalhorce, with walls 700 metres high. The area is also inhabited by a wide variety of plant and animal species; with a little luck, you can see highland birds like Egyptian vultures, griffon vultures, or golden eagles, and mammals such as wild boar and Iberian ibex. You will need to buy tickets for El Caminito del Rey, and you can reserve them on the official website.

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