Nerja’s privileged location makes the town a true nature paradise, with dozens of small coves along its coastline sheltered by the mountains. The old quarter of the town is still virtually unchanged with narrow, winding streets, whitewashed houses and geraniums in colourful pots. Nerja is famous for her Balcon de Europe with magnificent views up and down the coast.
The main centre of Nerja is reasonably flat; going away from the Balcon de Europa the streets slope gently. There are some cobbled stones but also pavements. The only big hills to avoid are the streets to and from Burriana Beach.
What to do?
Accessible highlights and museums to visit in and around Nerja;
- Balcon de Europa
- Museo de Nerja
- Accessible beaches
- Torrox promenade
- White village Frigiliana
- Wine Tour Axarquia
- Alhambra, Granada
How to get there?
The bus service Malaga-Nerja is operated by ALSA.
Accessible private transfers to Nerja can be arranged from Malaga airport.