Nerja is a town that will make you fall in love and will make you want to come back again and again.

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Balcony of Europe

Ancient fortress dating back to the 9th century. Nowadays, it is a viewpoint overlooking the sea with impressive panoramic views of the coast.

Chanquete's boat

This boat is the symbol of the full development of tourism in Nerja. It is the protagonist of the television series "Verano Azul", which the film director Antonio Mercero made in Nerja in the early 1980s.

Hermitage of Las Angustias

The Catholic sanctuary of Las Angustias is notable for the oil paintings on the dome, which depict the Pentecost scene. The four evangelists are depicted on the pendentives, while the pilasters and the triumphal arch depict theological virtues.

El Salvador Church

This church in the baroque academicist style was completed in 1697. In 1724 the bell tower was added to complete the ensemble, which is notable for being one of the few in the world to include representations of the three archangels, including St. Michael, patron saint of Nerja.

Eagle Bridge

19th century aqueduct built to transfer water to the San Joaquín factory.

Europe Source

Built as a testimony to the union of the European peoples, it is made up of stones sent from each of the countries that made up the European Union in 2002 (the year it was built) and at its base are stones from each of the Andalusian provinces. Its central column symbolises the unity of the countries that gave their culture to the West. It was inaugurated on 13 July 2002, in the presence of the ambassadors of the different countries of the European Union.

Nerja Cave

It was on 12th January 1959 when Francisco Navas Montesinos, Manuel and Miguel Muñoz Zorrilla, José Luis Barbero de Miguel and José Torres Cárdenas, descended the place known as "La Mina" and came across the present-day Cascada or Ballet room of the impressive Nerja Cave.

The Cave of Nerja, known as the "Natural Cathedral of the Costa del Sol", is located 750 metres from the coast on a hill, some 200 metres above sea level on the face of the Sierra de Almijara. The cave, which is open to the public, has a surface area of 140,000 square metres, with a maximum length of 700 metres.

At the back of this room, a red light can be seen, which is the only variable communication with the upper or new galleries, in which there are several rooms equivalent to seven times the size of the visitable rooms. The rest of the rooms contain cave paintings and are as follows: Hall of the Pillars of Hercules, Hall of the Mountain, Hall of the Sand, Hall of the Hispanic Goat and Hall of Immensity.

Inside there are showcases displaying archaeological pieces of great value. In addition, cave paintings have been found which, according to Professor Sanchidrián Torti, can be found in the "parietal solutrense sanctuary" with two types of inconography, "bestiaje" (equids, cervids and caprids) and "abstract" (curvilinear motifs); The "Magdalenian mono-thematic chapel" located in the upper galleries, where the "Santurario de los Delfines" appears, and post-Palaeolithic art with the anthropomorphic figures from the Sala de la Torca, which appear in a dancing attitude.