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Highlights in Nerja
- Spanish bars and food
- Boutique shops
- Sandy coves, Watersports and yachting
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Nerja
Nerja’s tiny cobbled streets open out to the wide, open countryside to the north and the true blue Mediterranean to the south. Find a holiday rental in the tourist areas which are confined to the streets just off the Balcon and around the town’s beach, Burriana, offering a vibrant nightlife and excellent dining options. For a quieter stay, look for lettings which are just a few streets to the north of the Balcon, or choose a rental that’s in the beautiful Spanish countryside just to the north of town.Lettings with a Spanish twist
The traditional white buildings of Andalucia open their doors to you to enjoy an amazing holiday in Nerja. Rentals overlook the pretty streets, and most have terraces from where you can enjoy the world passing by. Many lettings overlook the sea or the mountains as Nerja is surrounded by natural beauty. Your Nerja holiday is just a few clicks away – come and enjoy a special Spanish welcome!
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The area and getting around
Nerja is less than an hour away from Malaga’s international airport, and easy to access as it’s just off the main Malaga motorway. While the main part of the town is small enough to walk across within half an hour, a car might be needed for those wanting to explore a bit wider and to make accessing the beaches a little easier. The town’s main beach is Burriana, which is at the bottom of steep hills careering down from the town centre but once you’re there, you have everything you’ll need with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafes at your disposal.A shopping paradise
Nerja’s busiest areas are around the Balcon, an open space boasting formidable views out over the ocean. From here you can discover the two main boutique shopping streets, or venture further out and explore the plazas and independent stores offering whatever your heart desires. Step outside of town to find yourself right in the Spanish countryside with its avocado and mango farms dotted with pink and white almond blossom and ancient olive trees.
Travellers and activities
Nerja’s nightlife centres around Calle del Almirante Ferrándiz and Calle Pintada where most of the bars and restaurants welcome enthusiastic partygoers. For those seeking a quieter evening, consider the restaurants on the Balcon de Europa, or one of the many restaurants along the town’s coastline. Avalon to the west of town offers superb food and an amazing sea view. If cocktails are your thing, you won’t go wrong with Budda Bar on Calle Gloria 13. Music seekers can revel in the international scene at Cochran's, an Irish pub close to the Balcon de Europa, but if you’re searching for a truly Spanish experience, you’ll love El Burro Blanco, offering Spanish flamenco and singing.Nerja for water sports lovers
Nerja’s blue waters are perfect for immersing yourself in a wide range of watersports. Hire a jet ski and ride the waves or take a slower pace with a kayak. Perhaps add in a picnic and use it to visit one of several gorgeous beaches most easily accessible by boat. Yacht chartering is available from several locations in Nerja, by the hour, day or longer, and this allows you to access the sparkling coast of the Costa del Sol and nearby Costa Tropical.
Nerja has 16 kilometres of cove-like beaches, all replete with golden sand and spectacular views of the Mediterranean!
Top 5 travel tips in Nerja
A stalwart of Burriana Beach, Ayo’s has been offering all-you-can-eat paella from their giant paella pan for over 20 years. Don’t miss this delicious, made as you watch, treasure of the town.2. Relax in Nerja’s delightful old town street cafes
Nerja’s beautiful streets are lined with truly Spanish cafes and bars, offering great value snacks, tapas and meals. Enjoy a coffee and watch the world go by.3. Browse the boutiques
Nerja’s extraordinary range of boutique shops offers traditional Nerja artisan gifts such as leather bags and purses, and brightly coloured Spanish ceramics. Nerja also has high-end but accessibly priced clothing independent stores ready for you to explore.4. Take the tapas
You can’t leave Spain without tasting its tapas, and the offering in Nerja is second to none. Tapas bars usually provide a free tapa with each drink so if you’re out for a few you’ll often avoid the cost of a meal!5. Super scuba diving
The coastline around Nerja’s little snippet of the Costa Del Sol is an important destination for scuba divers. Whether you’re a beginner or expert there’s a scuba trip awaiting you around the base of the cliffs and seas of this delightful town.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Nerja
At an average price of £110.55 per night, Nerjalies at thelower end of the price range for holiday rentals in Spain.
If you want to save as much as posisble during your visit to Nerja, you should travel in March (£82.07 per night on average), December (£85.93), or February (£88.3) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2019, the month that offered the highest average prices in Nerja was August, with an average price of £162.77 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £148.81, and September, with £132.49.
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Nerja, as only 40% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
The most available months, on average, are March (with an availability of 57%) May (55.75%), and November (51.2%), according to the trends observed in 2019.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 18.4% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by July (21.75%), and September (28.25%).
In Nerja we have a comprehensive catalogue of around 3100 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 34 local and international partners.