Nerja (pronounced like: N’air’-ha) is a seaside resort on the Costa del Sol, in the region of Andalucia Spain. It is the first resort town going away from Malaga to not be dominated by large ugly concrete hotels and not far away Frigiliana (pronounce it however you want and pat yourself on the back it you get it right.) is a mountain town in Andalucía, Spain. A white Andalucía village only 5 miles inland, the village itself is a labyrinth of charming narrow whitewashed streets with old Andalucía houses. Around the village are a series of tiled wall displays telling the story of the village during the Moorish occupation and the “Reconquista”, the expulsion of the moors from Spain. Enjoy both these towns and the famous caves also.
Autopista, one coffee stop
Wednesday & Friday all year round
From 53€, with lunch 69€*
Departure from your nearest bus stop. After travelling through some beautiful areas, we will visit Frigiliana, considered to be one of the most charming villages in Spain. Then we will continue towards Nerja, situated at the foot of the Almijara Mountain and its beautiful natural scenery, it is one of the most interesting places along this part of the coast. Visit the prehistoric cave (optional) with its impressive halls and galleries. Free time to enjoy the wonderful views and return following the same route.
What is included
Visit and entrances to above mentioned locations.
Meals and drinks
All weekly scheduled tours (except independent private tours) are subject to minimum numbers and days of operation may vary according to time of year.
*Prices are subject to change without further notice. Lunch is normally typical Spanish three course with drinks included.